In this herbal remedy review, I am sharing my experience with Earthley’s Elderberry Elixir and why I can’t live without it!
Recap January 21, 2019. How to relieve back pain, what form of CBD is best, take a peek ar my pain management plan, and why you are tougher than you think.
Weekend recap January 14-18 2019 It was a long, wet, and painful week here in southern California! I hope this post finds you feeling the best that you possibly can despite whatever winter weather is headed your way!! Whether you are sitting beside the fireplace or snuggledContinue reading “Weekly Recap January 14-18 2019”
Let’s get real, even life without a painful chronic illness can be difficult, but throw in an incurable injury or illness and it can be enough to make anyone want to throw in the towel.
Today I want to tell you that it is okay to not be okay with traveling during the holiday season! And here is why!
I have been diagnosed with a case of the no nos and I don’t like it one bit!!!
My definition of a successful Thanksgiving is one in which doesn’t trigger my chronic illnesses, increase my pain level, nor does it take days or weeks to recover from. Here are some tips to help you achieve the same!
The snack bar marketplace is overwhelming and let’s face it like most aspects of the food industry… a hot mess. Today I am reviewing a game changer!!!
When you shimmy into that swimsuit to play with your kids, think, “We’re going to have so much fun today!”, instead of, “Ugh, my huge thighs are so ugly!!”. This is a struggle for me every time I put on my swimsuit…..
Are you drinking enough water? I admit that I struggle with this big time!!! But every once in awhile I thought I was doing okay….. I WAS WRONG!!! To help bring my water intake up to par and to help others reach their appropriate level I have issued a 5 day water challenge in TheContinue reading “Hydration Challenge”
In my quest to lose the weight I have gained from years of inactivity due to chronic pain from fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, and endometriosis, I have obviously had to make dietary changes. Choosing beverages that are calorie free and beneficial to my health is one of them.
One thing I have to remind myself of daily is that I didn’t get where I am overnight. But with one baby step at a time I am getting closer to my goals! Find out how I am doing it and how you can too!
We took the drinking game where everyone drinks when certain words are spoken during a movie and turned it into a healthy game that the entire family, even the chronically ill, can play!
With February being American Heart Month, I wanted to share my story of surviving my heart attack, the emotions I experienced during and following my heart attack, and to bring awareness to facts, statistics, and symptoms on women and heart disease. Even though it is scary to think of, heart disease is the #1 killer of women in America. My hope is to bring awareness to women so they can protect themselves and have more knowledge than I did.
Are you ready to embrace 2018 as your healthiest and most vital year yet? Here’s the first gift to help you make this resolution a reality!
Are you compromising your immune system while attempting to reduce inflammation?
Could PEMF therapy prevented the damage my abdominal muscles sustained from endometriosis?
Have healthcare professionals dismissed a new pain/symptom or blamed it on your chronic illness, depression, or weight? This is not healthcare! It is a death sentence!!!
*Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I receive a commission when you make a purchase through my links. The proceeds earned fund the giveaways I host in my Facebook groups. Many of us who suffer from one or more painful chronic illnesses battle depression at least once during ourContinue reading “Was Depression to Blame for My Chronic Pain?”
With doctors being pressured more now than ever to either not prescribe or greatly reduce how much they prescribe opioids for pain relief, chronic pain patients are finding it harder to get the pain relief they desperately need.