Opiates give me time
Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released these guidelines in regards to prescription painkillers. The guidelines encourage physiciansRead more.
Last Saturday I had the privilege of going to my local JDRF TypeOneNation Research Summit. I learned valuable information andRead more.
Motion is Lotion!
By now I’m sure you’ve seen my daily Fitbit stats postings on Instagram, Twitter, and/or Facebook. They look a littleRead more.
I’ve been having horrible knee pain for the past few months and saw a new orthopedist last week for aRead more.
If you read my Favorite Things Part One post, you already know that I love my NatraCure Arthritis Booties. NatraCure isRead more.
Unwelcome Glimpse into the Future
Last week, I fell down the stairs, right on my ass (I’m fine). It hurt like hell to do anything-Read more.
I think I have a fairy godmother that goes by the name NatraCure. After expressing my frustration with my naggingRead more.
Fighting RA with Miles & Dollars
As if challenging myself to walk 2,016 miles in 2016 wasn’t enough, I’ve also decided to take on raising $2,016Read more.
The ecard above perfectly sums up how I feel right now. Today I had my regular follow-up with my rheumatologist.Read more.
I’ve reached triple digits in my 2,016 miles in 2016 challenge! This week was especially hard. With a nasty blizzardRead more.
It hasn’t been easy but I’ve kept up with my goal of walking/running/crawling/dancing my way to 2016 miles in 2016.Read more.
Resolution to move!
This year I’ve committed to walking/running/crawling/dancing my way to 2,016 miles in 2016! This resolution was an easy one forRead more.
Medicine? No, thank you.
I’ve had a wonderful, productive weekend. Went to the grocery store Saturday morning, got my hair highlighted and cut inRead more.
It’s early. 6 am. I’m cold, sitting on my couch, covered in blankets. The living room curtains are open, asRead more.
Day 23 of the #ChronicallyGrateful challenge: Where are you Living right now? The past, present, or future? I’m oftenRead more.