Hurricane Prep in Covid-19

I think we can agree that having a Hurricane strike while we are still dealing with a Pandemic, will be really disastrous. Yet, that is highly possible to happen. We have already had a Tropical Storm, and a new Invest being watched. Hurricane season does not even begin until June 1st. Last year I did […]

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Hurricane Prep: Wrapping It Up

So,this is the final post for preparing for a hurricane, or any disaster.  You can read the other 2 posts in the archives.  Here are some things you might not think of when preparing your kit. 1-  What are you going to put everything in?  When we first moved to FL, I would put out […]

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Hurricane Prep: Drinks for Kidney Disease

Good morning!  Before I start I want to share some exciting things that I will be doing in the very near future.  The American Kidney Fund offers a Kidney Health Coach program that I will be taking, and will begin teaching about Kidney Disease and preventing it.  Also, Leslie Sansone, my favorite walking coach, offers […]

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Making A Food Kit for Hurricane Prep For Dialysis Patients

So, last week I told you about my 5 day food kit, but I am a non dialysis CKD person.  What if you are on dialysis?  Well your food kit will look much different, and if you have Diabetes too, well again different.  Every time I do one of these posts, I am going to […]

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Hurricane Prep with CKD

In March of 2017, I was officially diagnosed with stage 3 CKD.  In April of 2017 I did a blog post, on my homeschool blog about food prep for hurricanes, with CKD.  I am sharing that original post below, and will write what I have learned, and edited from the original list.  We did end […]

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Making A CKD Meal Plan In A Food Shortage

First, it was toilet paper and all paper products selling out.  Now people are hoarding fresh meat and frozen veggies.  I have seen people also buying whole carts of canned foods.  Thank goodness some stores are starting to put limits on the number of items that can be bought.  But not all stores are doing […]

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Menu Plan Monday: Family of 4, One with CKD

Welcome back to my second week of menu plans.  On Fridays, I go over the changes I made to make the meals more kidney-friendly for me.  We are a family of four, but one child does not eat here regularly anymore.  We are attempting to still eat healthily but cut our food budget.  I have […]

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2019 Review of Goals

So, how did I do?  Do you think I met them all?  Well, let’s find out.  I will list them one by one and give the results.  Tomorrow I will share my goals for 2020 for this blog and my Health Coaching business.  Get at least 100 followers.  Yes, I actually have 123.  It does […]

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Wisdom on Wednesday: Excuses

I am sure this quote is not entirely true, as you burn calories all the time, even just watching TV, however you can get the message.  It is hard to get into a regular exercise routine, but once you do, and after about 2 weeks, when you start to notice little changes, you will not […]

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Memory Care: Learn A New Word Each Week

I have been a lazy blogger this past week.  I only managed one post in that time period.  It was nice break, though, and I was kind of busy.  My daughter started horseback riding lessons, the AC was broken and had to be gutted and fixed, my son started his first job, and there were […]

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