For the longest time I’ve been trying to find ways in which to help myself stay on the right path for my long list of goals. I’ve listened to paraliminals, read books, bought calendars to list out what I plan to do, meditated, told people my plans, etc., but nothing has worked for me. Being… Continue reading Going to StickK with It
Note: I was not paid for this post but my ticket to ShiftCon2018 will be comped in exchange for volunteering at the convention; however my opinions are my own. Nearly two years ago, I signed up to go to ShiftCon. I’m not sure why I did it. I think someone posted the information about ShiftCon… Continue reading #ShiftCon2018 is Coming & I’m GOING!
I’m not a huge believer in New Year’s resolutions because I’m not sure I’ve followed through on any one of them longer than a month, and that was a really long time for me. In case you haven’t noticed, I don’t have much of an attention span, and certainly have a hard time following through… Continue reading Happy New Year–2017
A few years ago, I was introduced to BeachBody by my friend, Kristen. I think I started out by buying Shakeology through her, then fell off the wagon, then got restarted, and then finally got hooked on it enough to drink a shake daily. I truly enjoyed the shake and looked forward to drinking it,… Continue reading The Second Ultimate Reset with Coach Kristen
Despite the numerous setbacks for the week, I managed to take a picture every single day except one, and the one day had a very good reason. I had to get an MRI of my neck, and because I am incredibly claustrophobic, I was heavily drugged. There were no pictures taken on Thursday that I… Continue reading Photographer for a Month: Week 1
Today, I listened to a podcast provided by Underground Wellness where Sean Croxton interviewed Jen Wittman. You may have never heard of her before (I hadn’t) but I was looking for podcasts I could listen to while putting on my make-up. Instead of mindlessly inspecting my face for the increasing imperfections, I change my focus… Continue reading What Hashimotos Feels Like–A Forever Cold
The first day of June was a beautiful San Diego day; it was the kind of the day that this area is known for. Barely a cloud in the sky, about 72 degrees with a gentle breeze coming off the ocean. I had an appointment to get my first thermogram from MyPinkImage in Solana Beach… Continue reading Breast Cancer Scare, Part 1