Two years have come and gone colon. Two whole years since you have graced me with your presence ulcerative colitis. Two years since you decided my life needed a little bit more excitement and shaking up. And guess what? You freaking did it. My life got MUCH more exciting and very shaken up. I try… Continue reading Two Year Anniversary
This post was pretty emotional for me to write, so please bare with me. From the time I was a little kid, I knew I wanted to change the world. How I would change the world was what would change over the years. At first I thought I needed to be a celebrity in order… Continue reading The Power of Human Connection
But actually. Scopes are a terrible experience. And a sigmoidoscopy? JUST AS TERRIBLE. At least for me it was. So here is the overview. Leading up to the weak of my scope I felt. I mean a little more off than usual, but that was because I was off my routine. For 5 days I… Continue reading I survived another scope & lived to tell the tale
Hello world, It has been awhile, no? Yes, yes it has. I know I promised an update a while ago, but life has been so up and down and my fatigue is unreal lately. After a full day of work and hammering some school stuff, I have 0 energy. But where should I begin? I… Continue reading Another overdue update!
This entire month is Mental Health Awareness month. As I am sure many of you know, I am a huge advocate for mental health. I suffer from some mental health problems myself, I know people close to me who do, and I work with people who do. It’s really a big part of my life… Continue reading #LOVEISLOUDER
First off I would like to say thank you. I felt terrible for the lack of updating my blog (which I will explain in a bit) and pondered if it was worth continuing to write in this blog. Although a part of me started this blog to help myself during this journey, I also started… Continue reading Embracing Change
I’m sure anyone with a chronic illness has been there. Where you find yourself apologizing for everything and excusing yourself for things that are usually out of your control. I find especially with invisible illnesses, it’s a lot trickier to tread around this. By definition I have a disability. Do I look like it? No?… Continue reading Sorry not Sorry- Being Unapologetic