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You Deserve It

Something I’ve always struggled with is believing that I deserve certain things that most people would probably consider basic human needs. Happiness, love, comfort; what have I ever done in life to deserve these things? Surely there are people much…

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Week in Review

Hello little blog! Long time no talk to. This week has been crazy in the worst way, but first let me update you on Take Action Tuesdays… I lost 4.9 pounds! This is absolutely absurd to me because it wasn’t…

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A Weighty Issue

Flash back three years ago to when I was the healthiest I had ever been and I would absolutely cringe about what I’m about to tell you… today I weighed in at 209 pounds. But here’s the thing, I’m actually…

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My Makeup Capsule

This post is part of a three part series on my “capsule wardrobes” – look for part 2 & 3 coming soon. I got into the idea of creating little “capsules” of items from the Anna Edit’s Youtube channel. She…

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That’s Just Viral

I bet everyone reading this has heard those words more than a few times, “that’s just viral.” I believe these words are the medical equivalent of hoping the issue resolves itself. But are we limiting ourselves by relying on this…

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One Month In

I realized today I’ve been consistently blogging for approximately one month. I say consistently kind of reluctantly because I had originally planned a once a day post schedule, but life, and Lyme, had other ideas and I’ve settled into a…

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The Saturday of Unrest

I just realized I never fully updated my blog readers on my Etsy shop! There is a link above if you would like to check it out (or you could just click HERE). I think I may have been a…

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Waiving the Green Flag

You know you’re chronically ill when you go shopping on your lunch break and end up nearly passing out in the stationary isle and then just casually continue on with your day as usual. Today was rough, like, if we…

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The Power of No

No. Two letters, one word; yet probably one of the most difficult things to say. When chronically ill you may find yourself wanting to add this to your vocabulary more and more, but the thing is, people around you may…

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Lessons From Minnesota

If you know me in real life, you know there are two things I love most: my pups, and the Minnesota Vikings. Every Sunday in Fall and Winter for as long as I can remember has centred around watching football.…

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Knowing Your Worth

Real talk: being chronically ill fricken sucks. I don’t know if you’ve gathered that from my posts before, after all positivity is key, but sometimes you just need to be honest and honestly IT FRICKEN SUCKS. The thing about health…

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