Thought Point: On Finding Meaning through Chronic Illness

When you have a chronic illness, you’ll inevitably hit a point where your mental health starts to suffer. No one likes to be limited by factors outside of their control, and living with ongoing health…

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Paleo Chronicles: A (Cursory) Look at Costs

This post marks the first of an ongoing series I plan to write about my adventures in reforming my diet and trying to eat paleo. One (of many!) reservations of starting a restricted diet is…

I’m alive and it’s 2018.

I’ve put so many more moments into thinking about health blogging than actually doing so that I realized I’ve become stuck in the inertia of never actually making a concrete dent in the piles of…

Thought Point: Am I lazy?

Illness or not, there’s a limit to how much energy an individual can have. There’s only so much you can do over the stretch of a day, and at some point you’ll have to drop…

Overwhelmed on the last day of the long weekend

I’m sitting here right now in a Second Cup (Canadian coffee chain) just feeling dumpy and frustrated with myself. The intention today was to come here and work on my blog (revamping the look, writing…

May 2017 Trip to the Open Medicine Institute: Midtrip Check-in

One more sleep until it’s time to head back home to Canada from sunny California! It’s been a positive and productive week here; despite the high expense to do this trip (eeeep high lab test…

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