Focusing on Myself

I’ve had a major change in my attitude. I don’t really like to buy into the craziness of college anymore. I’ve really calmed down lately, and could honestly care less about missing out. I know things are going to be more active when everyone comes back to school. But honestly, I don’t really care. I […]

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I’m Gluten-Free?!

Hey guys!!I have some news: I’m officially gluten-free. I’m not doing this just because I want to. My doctor is slowly eliminating foods are seeing what I’m really sensitive to. It turns out gluten is one of them! Also, all nuts bother me (except pine nuts?!). It’s been a really interesting experience being gluten-free. It […]

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10 Essential Things to Remember with Autoimmune Disease

Have a positive attitude and outlook. Nobody likes a downer. It’s better for your health to stay positive and look forward not backward. Take the high road. People are gonna say stuff, and you just have to ignore and keep your head high. You may loose friends, but that’s okay that just means they weren’t worth […]

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Pro’s and Con’s of Social Media

Lately, I’ve been kinda upset with social media. Because I’ve been by myself most of the summer, and healing I haven’t been able to do much. I read in an article that social media can make you depressed because you start comparing yourself to other people. For me, it just makes me kind of sad. […]

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Making a Bucket List

This summer my goal is to make a bucket list to do sometime this year. It’s such a great idea to make really fun memories and try new things. I am going to provide a make-your-own bucket list with some ideas. Good luck! Go to a concert with one of your favorite artist     […]

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A Letter To My Past Self

Instead of writing a letter to my future self like most people do, I decided to write a letter to my past self about what I wished I did and what I am going to do in the present. Dear Syd, You are young and naive but that’s okay most people are. You will have […]

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Going Into Life With A Bang

I love the holiday July 4th. Why? Because everything and everyone is so festive and joyous-not something you come across everyday. Watching fireworks with family and friends is so nice. While I was watching the fireworks over the water, I had tears in my eyes and a big smile on my face. I had felt […]

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Being Independent on Independence Day 

People constantly nag me about my relationship status. I usually keep quiet about it just because it’s kinda a rough topic for me. Over time I’ve realized my health situation is a lot for people to handle. Just having good friends around is tough enough. I’d personally feel so bad dragging a boy into my […]

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The Blue Sky Tag

Wow, this is so amazing I’m so excited that my blog has gone so far in just a month! Thank you everyone who reads-I’m so glad I got to share my life with you! This is my first tag EVER so thank you to-Health & Beauty 4 all Click the link above to check out […]

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Little Signs of Acceptance

When I was first diagnosed with Autoimmune disease I had a hard time accepting it. I often went back to the first day I ever got sick and questioned what I did wrong and if there was anything I could do to fix it or change. In reality, there was nothing I could have done […]

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