I like foods, Uncategorized, Weight Loss

“Lose 50 pounds in a month!”

***DISCLAIMER*** I'm not a doctor. I am not any kind of replacement for your doctor's advice. This is my personal experience and hopefully by reading it, you will know what questions to ask your doctor. Whatever you do, get a doctor you TRUST and ask all the questions you want. Their expertise is invaluable. Also,… Continue reading “Lose 50 pounds in a month!”

Faith, Multiple Sclerosis, Not Today MS, Running, Uncategorized

Haters gonna hate.

If you have stumbled upon my blog as a newly diagnosed person with Multiple Sclerosis, welcome. Did you know this blog is written specifically with you in mind? Most people would think it's more about weight loss or running or devotional thoughts, and it is... but this blog was born out of a desire to… Continue reading Haters gonna hate.

I like foods, Marathon Training, Multiple Sclerosis, Not Today MS, Uncategorized

What I eat in a day (weekday edition)

I know I'm obsessed with scrolling through Instastories and Facebook posts of what some of my fellow whole foods eaters like to eat on a typical day, so hopefully you all will enjoy this post! Some things to consider as I go about my day...  I'm not technically in a Whole30 at the moment, but… Continue reading What I eat in a day (weekday edition)

Faith, I like foods, Multiple Sclerosis, Not Today MS, Uncategorized, Weight Loss

The secret to my success

People love a good weight loss success story. They love to read about a magic diet or pill or surgery accompanied by a knock out before and after photo. The first thing they ask is "how did you do it?" And what they actually want to hear is something simple like "I just increased my… Continue reading The secret to my success

Multiple Sclerosis, Not Today MS, Uncategorized

MRI Madness

For many, March is all about March Madness... basketball, tournaments, spring, fun! For me, it's quite a bit different. March is all about MRI Madness in our house. Time for the pre-authorizations, phone calls from insurance companies verifying my very expensive scan, expensive copay's, messaging my favorite MRI tech to make sure she's working during… Continue reading MRI Madness