I cut my hair to emotionally prepare for losing my hair during chemotherapy. It’s not for everyone, but it did help me transition from long locks, to hair coming out, to shaved head with really no hair.
The process of being diagnosed with a chronic illness is not always straightforward. This post describes my experience in being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
I grew up very active and athletic. When I was young, I was the only kid in my grade to make it to the top of the rope in the gym climb. Yes, I totally just dated myself as a child of the 80’s with that. I was tough and […]
A Baker’s Trick for Adding Flavor Let’s start by first exploring what fruit powder is. Fruit powder is dehydrated, sometimes freeze dried, all natural fruit that is pulverized into powder form. Think of it like cocoa powder’s fruity cousin. Like your fruity cousin, fruit powder adds color and flavor to […]
Balancing Motherhood, MS, and the FOMO. I was always a summer sun person. As as child, I played outside or swam everyday until dark. As a teenager, I swam in the early mornings and again in the evenings for swim team, playing outside with friends much of the day in […]
Caring for your wooden cutting surfaces.
Discover a tool to help you identify safe products and foods.
Cloth napkins are earth friendly and create a uniquely inviting table.
Unbleached all purpose flour. A healthy, inexpensive kitchen swap.
Reduce the time and intensity of a cold or flu. A recipe for cold/flu fighting elderberry juice.