• The Gym and I: Are We On (Again) or Off (Again)?

    Everyone knows that exercise is good for you. But does it feel good? The answer is supposed to be yes. Upon experiencing the physical stress of working out, your brain releases neurochemicals (eg. endorphins) that…

    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…

    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: On Coming Out With Tickborne Illness to Healthcare Professionals

    As I drove to my dental cleaning appointment earlier this week, I thought ahead to the questions that I knew would be coming from the dental hygienist: Any changes to your health? Are you on…

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