Hey all…I know you’re waiting on the edge of your seats for a Paleo F(X) recap and update–and I’m working on it. It’s been a LONG weekend, and I’m just getting caught up. Until then, I have some of the … Continue reading
PS Before we get started with today’s post, I’d just like to take a second to remind you that I’m not a doctor and that nothing in this post should be construed as medical advice or used for diagnosis or treatment. … Continue reading
The summer of 2010 was a hot one in New York City. The kind of hot where you get out of the shower and never dry but for the sweat. The kind of hot where people die from heat exhaustion … Continue reading
Today’s the big day: surgery #3.
For those of you who are just joining my journey, you may not know about the crazy, chronic injury I’ve been dealing with since May of 2011, but if you’re dying to see pictures of my swollen, cut up ankle, you can go read the whole saga:
Since my surgery in July 2012, I’ve had a second surgery (to remove the staph infection that I got while in the hospital), I’ve dealt with complex regional pain syndrome, I’ve learned to go barefoot, and I’ve been hit by a car (and broken the other leg, potentially re-tearing the tendon on the right leg, which is why I need to have another surgery now).
I don’t have a lot to say this morning (because I’m a bit preoccupied with being scared silly about this surgery), so I apologize for the short update. I’m simply tired of hurting, and I’m ready to start healing. Wish me luck!
In lieu of a post, here are some wonderful things to listen to while you wait for my triumphant return to the internet:
- Check out the Waves of Tech and Busy Ladies podcasts episodes recapping New Media Expo. Thank you so much to Steve, Dave, and Debbie for the shout outs!
- Last week, I was part of an incredible roundtable with Kevin Geary, Ali Shapiro, and Jennifer Fugo about how we talk to girls about their bodies. If you haven’t listened yet, PLEASE go check this one out.
- If you missed the most recent Finding Our Hunger episode with the incomparable Justin Manning, go listen now. This was one of our most raw episodes—and it’s a great listen to keep you inspired and motivated as we get into the thick of January.
I hope you all have an incredible Monday…and I’ll see you on Wednesday with a fixed up ankle and our next episode of Finding our Hunger!
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Hard to believe it, but 2013 is coming to a close. This has been a rough year—a year full of opportunities, yes, but with every silver lining came a cloud. So many of the people in my life about whom … Continue reading
Well, the acne/skin problems have once again spiraled out of control since my update last week. I’m waiting for the results of the blood test I took last Monday to find out the level of testosterone in my body, but … Continue reading
Disclaimer: Any information I present here on my blog is for informational use only–i.e. this is not to be taken as a substitute for actual medical advice. I’m just recounting my personal experience, and everyone is different, so please seek … Continue reading
Before you read today’s post, drop everything and go listen to my favorite NON-health-related podcast, Nerds on History! Not only was I guest on this special Thanksgivvukah™ episode, but the hosts and I take a trip 77,000 years in the future … Continue reading
I can’t tell you how excited, proud, and grateful I am to have had the opportunity to speak with Jimmy Moore of Livin’ La Vida Low Carb on the air about how moving toward a more Paleo/ancestral diet has helped facilitate my eating disorder recovery.
Jimmy Moore, as you may recall from the Finding Our Hunger podcast episode, had a huge impact on my own recovery–and my desire to get into this whole health coaching business–and he is someone I feel blessed to be able to call friend.
You can listen in on our podcast episode HERE!
PS I’ll hopefully have a “Tune Up” update for you soon…now that my voice is finally returning after my fun little illness…
FYI: Before we get into today’s post, please be aware that nothing I write here is meant to be mistaken for professional medical advice. I am just chronicling my own journey and providing resources so you can learn more about … Continue reading