Structuring my life and health AROUND my hormonal cycle is the only way I succeed at anything. I think I will always struggle with fatigue, anxiety, depression, weight management, and digestive issues. This doesn’t mean there’s necessarily something “wrong” with me. It’s a combination of genetics and my overly-stressful life. Sometimes, playing the cards you’ve been dealt is better than trying to find new ones. Being the best me I can be within my health limitations has done more for me than trying to pathologize and fix my limitations ever did.
I have a secret confession: I haven’t visited the chiropractor in over a year. Chiropractic has been a part of my life since I was about seven years old. But here’s what happened when I quit: It started last fall when I delivered my second baby via cesarean section after a 30-hour labor. Chiropractic was … [Read more…]
This series is not about comparison or making moms feel guilty for not overcoming the “excuses” that keep them from maintaining a more healthy lifestyle. Our only goal is encouragement and rejoicing in the fact that we are all fearfully and wonderfully made by God – flaws, life circumstances, health problems, and all.
You go above and beyond and then way beyond that You do it all, yeah, you wear every hat Hopin’ someone that matters will realize you matter “Nothing to Prove” by Lonestar Lately it seems that about once every two weeks or so I have a day where I get so overwhelmed that I just … [Read more…]
In order to change we must be sick and tired of being sick and tired. Author Unknown The Back Story For as long as I can remember, I have been plagued with many physical difficulties that have often interfered with my keeping up with a “normal” lifestyle. Constant exhaustion and fatigue, muscle pain, “irritable bowel … [Read more…]