Getting Back on the Horse Again

Hello again! It’s been two months since I last blogged – a far greater stretch of time than I had ever wanted to let pass between posts, but at least I didn’t let things slide…

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On Gratitude, and Making the Jump to a Self-Hosted Blog (Part 2)

When I returned to blogging at the end of February this year (two months ago), I knew I wanted to give it a better shot than I did last year. So I made a mental…

Paleo Chronicles: 5 Ways to Stick to Your Diet on Social Occasions

This post marks the second of an ongoing series I am writing about my adventures in reforming my diet and trying to eat paleo. You can find the first post here. Happy long weekend, everyone!…

Thought Point: How Do You Blog?

It has always been the intent of this blog to get into the nitty gritty of what I’ve dealt with health-wise over the past three and a half years (everything went downhill September 2014 when…

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…

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…

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