Weekend 5K & Being an Imperfect Intuitive Eater

Hi, Friends! Coming at ‘cha from the hospital break room at work today. If my photos are unusually ugly and my grammar is especially nightmarish, we are gonna still be friends, okay? Good. Real life: Hope your weekend was restful and left you feeling rejuvenated! I went to (surprise, surprise) Dallas…again. Our cousin, Chance, came […]

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Dallas Weekends

Hi, Friends! Hope you’ve had a great week! Happy FRIDAY! I’m writing from the cutest coffee shop that I’ve ever visited, Murray Street Coffee in Dallas. This place feels very neighborhoody with a bohemian/Scandanavian flair, but I was greeted by a barista who affectionately called me “darlin’”. Yep. Still in Dallas :). If you’re in […]

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Ulcerative Colitis: 5 Years Later

Happy November! Is this the fastest year ever for anyone else? Just me? It’s flying by in a hurry! I realized today that it has been five whole years since my ulcerative colitis diagnosis– woo! So much has changed in the last five years, and today I’m making a post about five obstacles that I […]

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R E M I S S I O N

Monday was the best day I’ve had in a long time. “Are we allowed to use the ‘R-word’? Are you saying I’m in remission?” “Yes. You can say that you’re in remission! Be proud of our hard work.” <- my doc. After nearly five years since my diagnosis with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, my medical chart has added a new […]

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Pizza Day Recap on a Friday

Gooooood Morning! And Happy Friday! Last night was date night at Hideaway Pizza, because Remicade infusion days are for pizza. I had the Sicilian, and it was good. Zack’s beer tasted awful, and that’s because it was an IPA that he didn’t order (oops-I’m not a fan of IPAs), but they quickly exchanged it for […]

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What do YOU want?

Have you ever listened to a podcast and thought, “This had to have been created especially with me in mind. ” ^Maybe that’s a bit narcissistic, but I listened to a TEDx Talk today on youtube and swore homegirl was talking directly to me. She started her talk by asking the audience “What do you want?” […]

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