I wake up and tell myself I am working out. It's going to feel good and it will feel good to accomplish my goals. Sometimes I don't feel like working out. That's okay but I workout anyway. I start the coffee machine and go put on my workout clothes. My hair gets put up somehow.… Continue reading Working Out in my Own Little World
I have complied a list of things about me to help you all get to know me. Read on and have a giggle! Zooey Deschanel I bounce from topic to topic when I talk. I just do it naturally. It makes me feel embarrassed and dorky, but people that know me best have come to… Continue reading Get to Know ME
Hi everybody! This is Stoner, Stiina's cat. I'm pretty awesome- I just love everybody. Can't we all be cool? Health is important. Make sure you get plenty cuddles and hugs. Eat healthy and even eat treats. Mmmmm. Treats. The best drink is water. I drink water, like, all the time. Sometimes I get tuna juice… Continue reading Health Explained by a Cat
Whoa. I've cut down my insulin usage to the point I might be able to get an insulin pump instead of doing constant injections. Oh lawdt, I do not like injections. Annoying as hell. Nonetheless, my medication needs are not the same anymore since keto-paleo-thingy began. I see my diabetic specialist in less than a… Continue reading Paleo. . . . ketogenic. . .thingy. . . .UPDATE
I read "Eat the Damn Muffin: Confidence for Every Body" by Jenni of the blog housewifehustle and feel I have much to do. This book doesn't feel like force fed doctrine but rather entertaining and fluid with helpful tips and how -to's to gain confidence in yourself and your body to be your best self.… Continue reading EAT THE DAMN MUFFIN and Body Positivity with Chronic Illness
My husband keeps playing this game called Fallout. Earth isn't realy livable above ground so they live in tunnels that you have to build in the game. It got us in a conversation. Food . . . is back to the basics and hopefully you can grow it or find it. What if you knew… Continue reading Paleo-Keto Beginner
I was told I was type 2 diabetic and not type 1. The head endocrinologist came in to my room at the hospital. I had high blood sugar numbers in the 500s\28.0 and my diabetes seemed to be uncontrollable. She was very angry about me being misdiagnosed. She said to stop my insulin pump and… Continue reading Hey, I miss you. . . . insulin pump.