Scoliosis awareness month is here! I love nothing more than to talk and help give others information on Scoliosis and what it is and ways to help prevent your children from developing it, if possible. Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that usually happens at an early age, just before puberty. Most schools do a Scoliosis check to try and catch it before it … Continue reading I got your back.
It’s always something right? Life is funny that way. If it isn’t it’s sense of humor, it’s its cruel humor. I was hospitalized for 3 days last week for having 2 to 3 seizures a day. They were draining me physically and mentally. I literally felt like I was running a marathon every 10 minutes. I think most of you know how hard that is. … Continue reading More battles, more scars.
Suffering from multiple nerve conditions isn’t easy. it sucks, it’s painful, and it’s hard to find relief. It is something I struggle with daily. When I wake up, it is the pain I deal with the most. It is hard to describe it. The only people who understand it are the ones who also suffer from nerve conditions. The pain feels like someone is lighting … Continue reading Arm it up
I am sure you all are tired of hearing me talk or complain about everything I suffer through every day. But there are many reasons why I do it. Mainly to bring awareness to each of my diseases because they all are incurable. But I have one very painfully uncomfortable condition called Fiber Neuropathy. It’s a condition where there is damage to specific nerves causing lots … Continue reading Why I’m a PRO
I haven’t brought you all a run in a while but here is a GOOD one and it involves DIAMONDS! I love this one because Diamonds are my birthstone! I’m an April baby and it makes me excited for this race for many reasons! I introduce you to The Endure Jewelry Diamond 10K, taking place on September 1, 2019. This race will be benefiting … Continue reading The Diamond run
Being STRONG. Strength doesn’t come as easy as it seems. It’s getting tougher for me to be as strong and as capable as you all think. Let me fill you in a bit… I did run the runDisney Walt Disney World marathon over a month ago and I STILL haven’t filled you in on my recap. I am totally beating myself up for my poor … Continue reading Being strong, but I’m tired
Some girls grow up and want to be princesses and some girls grow up and want to be bad ass women. But why can’t you be both? That is why women gather from all over the place and join to run runDisney Princess Half Marathon weekend. It is a magic course throughout the parks, and a definitely magical moment running through Cinderella’s castle. A moment … Continue reading Endured for a princess
So another runDisney marathon weekend has come and gone. Weather was unpredictable as usual because well…..Florida. Last year, it was 30 something degrees and this year we were in the 80s. Horrible running conditions in my opinion. But I was happy that I was staying in part of Hilton Bonnet Creek‘s marathon weekend. Have you heard or stayed there for a race yet? It is … Continue reading Running to Hilton Bonnet Creek
There are many reasons we all run. Sometimes we start running to lose weight, be active, or try something new. But once we start there is no turning back. But for others, it truly is a sense of accomplishment and a goal to reach due to a journey that has been so difficult you want to accomplish something that can bring you back to life … Continue reading Keep moving forward. An inspiring story about Eric Donaho
If you follow me on Instagram then you know who Lyssa is. But for those who don’t….Lyssa the Doberman is my medical alert dog. She is the Doberman we rescued the week I did the 2015 NYC Marathon. At first she was shy and very quiet. We came to find out that her previous owner gave her up after keeping her outside chained to a … Continue reading Defend the shed