If you’ve followed the blog for some time, you know that I have an autoimmune disease known as Hashimotos Disease. In my post “My Thyroid Hates Me,” I had just been put on a waiting list to begin treating my disease with an integrative medicine doctor. It was originally a six month wait, but after… Continue reading AIP & Me
Growing up, I hated my curly hair. It was frizzy, big, and had a mind of its own. I wore it up in a bun every day for three years because I had no idea how to handle it. Every time I saw a friend cut their hair in a cute short cut, I would… Continue reading Curly Hair 101
Lately, I’ve noticed that I have experienced more bullying in my adulthood than I ever did growing up. And this is not okay. Let me first start by saying I was made fun of a lot in my middle school years. It was rough. I had no idea how to do my hair, I was… Continue reading Don’t Be The Pharmacy.
We love a good adventure, and boy did we have one this summer! If you read my Thirty Before Thirty list you will notice that getting my husband on a plane is one of the things I hope to accomplish. And this is why. We live in Northeastern Indiana, about a half hour from Michigan,… Continue reading Key West Adventures
On my 29th birthday, Landen noted that next year I will turn 30! “And 30 is the coolest number EVER!” He is exactly right! As my 29th crept right up, like literally it came out of nowhere, I realized that 30 seems like a huge milestone to me! I’ve always read that your 30’s are… Continue reading Thirty Before Thirty!
…to Lady & The Troop! I opened my blog app two days ago knowing I had a blog anniversary coming up. Lo and behold – it was that same day! Thanks for the notification, WordPress! Let’s celebrate! Everyone needs a cupcake! The blog has been put to the wayside lately. Ok, let’s be honest, it’s… Continue reading Happy 6 Year Anniversary!
2018 has been off to a fairly rocky start for me. Shortly after the birth of our youngest son, Nolan, I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. Since then, I’ve been managing it with medication, a seemingly healthy diet, regular exercise, and blood retests every six months to keep an eye on my thyroid hormone levels. All… Continue reading My Thyroid Hates Me.