what Should I eat with diverticulosis?

A quick note before I begin. I was going to talk about Fiber and how it helps prevent someone from getting Diverticulosis in the first place. However, I have been studying this topic for over a week now and there are very conflicting opinions, and test results for fiber as a preventative to getting Diverticulosis, […]

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stress And common stressors!

Welcome to Thursday! My car was in the garage today, and my husband was out of the house. This gave me the opportunity to get some extra cleaning done that doesn’t get done when I have to be quiet while he is working. My daughter and I accomplished a lot in just a couple of […]

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it’s a new day. Are you ready to tackle your health goals?

Updated 8/5/2021 As I mentioned in previous posts I am revamping my coaching plans. I do this yearly to consolidate the plans and make them more targeted. As I continue to learn and grow they become better. I am also editing older posts to add my Mailchimp newsletter option and update any necessary info. This […]

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14 Days of Gratitude: Day 6 and My Dollar Tree Food Challenge

Updated 10/28/2021 Before I begin I want to explain my Dollar Tree Food Challenge. I have been watching different food challenges on Youtube. It is obvious you can eat at Dollar Tree. For my challenge, I wanted to compare two different foods and the nutritional value, as well as taste and overall value. I am […]

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What Is A Virus, and What Happens if You Get Covid?

I have decided that each week I will be posting about updates, and info about this Coronavirus, or Covid 19. If you are out of work and you can work from home, check out Coursera’s free contact tracing course. Once you get the certificate you can apply for contact tracing jobs. As someone with CKD, […]

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My Top 10 Reasons to Exercise

After having my second child, exercise became almost non-existent.  Though I felt we were active as a family, and as homeschoolers, my physical activity was few and far between.  After being diagnosed with CKD I knew a total lifestyle change was warranted.  Exercise always seemed like a chore, something I had to do, especially in […]

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Health Tip on Tuesday

Disclaimer Walking is a great way to get in some exercise. Plus, it helps to relieve stress, improve balance, strengthens muscles, and so much more. Mindful Walking, ie being in the moment is a great way to stimulate your senses. Notice what you see, hear, smell, feel and taste. Pay attention to your breathing, and […]

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Early Symptoms of CKD?

Updated 3/29/2022: March is National Kidney Awareness Month.  The National Kidney Foundation and other kidney groups have a goal of raising awareness of Kidney Disease.  As someone with CKD, I will hopefully aid in this awareness. If you read this blog, then you know I was diagnosed in 2017, but became sick on Christmas Day […]

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Why Be A Minimalist?

Updated 1/20/2022 First, this blog is just over a month old, and I am up to 11 followers, yay!  No clients yet, but I knew going into this could take some time.  Thank you to those who have decided to follow this blog and journey. I am not a Minimalist, yet.  I am working towards […]

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