“All we need to do is get through this next right thing.” If I had $1 for every time I’ve said that over the last few years. Our lives have been such a journey of ups and downs. I know everyone has their struggles, I feel like we’ve had more than our fair share.… Continue reading The One Sentence That Changed It All For Me
Human nature is a funny thing. No matter how many times we see the hard stuff of life happen to others, somewhere in us thinks “those things don’t happen to my people.” We all have *our* people. Those who we have done life with. As Mamas, these people are especially important. We share our children’s… Continue reading Needing “My People”
We’ve got the first 10 days of Airstream life under our belts. For the most part, we love it. We got off to a ROUGH start, especially for a family trying to avoid water damage and mold. We’ve had leaks, incredible amounts of rain and water issues. Colorado is a dry climate. It might… Continue reading Water, Water Everywhere!
Those of you who know us personally know that we love Grace VanderWaal- the winner of last year's America's Got Talent. She's incredibly talented, so sweet and totally won our hearts over. I always tell people if I need a good cry I just need to watch the video of her Golden Buzzer or her… Continue reading Sick of all This Mold
Have you heard of “brain fog”? It’s kind of a funny term but makes sense. Brain fog seems to be coming up more and more on lists of symptoms. As I’ve tried to heal my root cause of autoimmune disease in the last few years, I’ve seen brain fog listed as a thyroid symptom, a… Continue reading Brain Frogs
One aspect of the last few months I haven’t shared as much has been anxiety & the inability to get enough sleep. Some of this is connected to EMFs, but it also seems to be par for the course in dealing with mold and detox. Extreme levels of stress can also lead to anxiety and… Continue reading On Anxiety and Sleep Deprivation
In the Spring, we met a full-time Airstreaming family of 5. They were staying at the campground near our home and we happened to be passing by and saw them. The Mom commented they kept purging more in each new city they went to. Then the Dad said "It would have almost been easier to… Continue reading 51 bins down to 7
This past winter I was in the middle of another health low on what's been a couple years of a roller-coaster ride. I feel well for a while and then I crash. Sometimes those crashes are small and last a few hours, others last days or weeks. On this particular evening, I was journaling and… Continue reading I’m Doing Whatever It Takes To Be Well… Including Losing Almost Everything I Own
I decided to do an experiment on myself, to stop writing in my Gratitude journal for a couple months. The effects were surpring!
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