Tag Archive: health

11 Weeks Keto and Pyramid Workouts


Today marks 11 weeks I started Keto and ramping up my dumbbell workouts and 2 weeks ago started pyramid dumbbell workouts. Measured my stats this morning and had a little bit of an… Continue reading

2018 Accomplishments


The past few years have been challenging, to say the least. 2016 I realized my marriage was going to end, I was suicidal and depressed. 2017 I relocated, cocooned myself to protect, love… Continue reading

Fruitless Apple-Shaped


Been thinking about exercise, my body and the progress the past ten years. I realized I’d been trying to lose my stomach the entire time. It was after my transplant that I gained… Continue reading

4th Quarter of 2018


We’re in the last quarter of 2018, last gasp to accomplish those New Year’s Resolutions. I’ve shared my fight with weight all year long, what worked (temporarily) and what didn’t. I’m still fighting, … Continue reading

Last Quarter of the Year


COMMENT ON THE BLOG’S WEBSITE Last quarter of the year, October-November-December is here. With it comes the onrush of holidays, festivities and change of seasons. During which, you must remember to keep up… Continue reading

Healthy Skin with Rosacea


Going on a few months now, I noticed my face was burning and painful more than usual. I have Rosacea, an auto-immune skin disorder that makes the skin red, bumpy, rash and painful.… Continue reading

Blood Sugar and Supplements


Since I’ve caught up some bills, I decided to re-introduce some supplements to my daily regimen. Back came Fish Oil, Magnesium and Vitamin C. Right away my Blood Sugar came down a couple… Continue reading

Exercise and Fitness Stats


Since moving to San Juan Island in March 2017, I decided to renew my exercise and fitness goals. I’ve talked before about the stress of the past few years catching up to me,… Continue reading

March Is National Kidney Month


March is National Kidney Month The Alport Syndrome Foundation (ASF) is a volunteer-led organization started by families affected by this genetic disease. ASF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Foundation that gives a voice to… Continue reading

Acceptable Body Measurements


Listening to health professionals of all walks of life, one would think an average person was morbidly obese, failing to achieve any measure of health, each and every one of us the epitome… Continue reading