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Health and Wellness

30 Days of Collagen Peptides

30 Days of Collagen Peptides

For transparency, I want my readers to know I used affiliate links in this post. I received no compensation to take my 30 day challenge, but now, having seen the benefits, I want to provide you with easy links to purchase your own if you’re […]

7 Things I Used to Take for Granted

7 Things I Used to Take for Granted

When you have a chronic illness, your body puts you through a series of pain or discomfort, that often feels like betrayal. In my case, with Crohn’s Disease, I was couch-ridden for 2 solid weeks after being hospitalized (which for many people in my situation […]

How to Handle Crohn’s Disease in an Office

How to Handle Crohn’s Disease in an Office

My day-job is a full-time marketer for a corporate software company. It’s a great place, with amazing people. When I was hospitalized and then healing, they were so unbelievably supportive and understanding, which is hard to say for a lot of companies. My team surprised […]

4 Ways to Move Your Body to Feel Better

4 Ways to Move Your Body to Feel Better

Most chronic illnesses result in some level of fatigue and/or discomfort. Moving around, let alone exercising can seem awful on every level. And, if you’re like me, sometimes moving around will actually trigger pain. But believe it or not, moving can help ease your symptoms. […]

How to be “The Paleo Friend”

How to be “The Paleo Friend”

When I first attempted the Whole 30 (a more intense version of Paleo) in early 2016, I made it clear to my friends and family that this was only a 30 day stint, and I’d be able to eat like normal when I was all […]

Why I Love the Whole 30

Why I Love the Whole 30

I see so many blog and Pinterest posts that talk all about “surviving” the Whole 30, or “getting through” it. For me, it’s never felt like something I had to endure. For me, it actually feels like the perfect level playing field that gives me […]

Healthy doesn’t always mean “healthy.”

Healthy doesn’t always mean “healthy.”

I like to consider myself a healthy person. I eat healthy, I practice yoga regularly, I don’t use plastic Tupperware, I buy the “dirty dozen” organic, I stick to grass-fed beef… the list goes on. However, for the last 4 years or so, I’ve been […]


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