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Trying to Age Gracefully

This is not a pro procedure entry. Aging has been on my mind a lot lately, and I wanted to share my thoughts on how I feel about my own personal experience. It wasn’t 10 years ago that I said I’d never even consider Botox. I was so anti anything that I didn’t see myself […]

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Looking back on Adrenal Fatigue (AF Free for 2 Years)

It’s been a long time since I’ve written about Adrenal Fatigue. Yet, it seems that it’s the one subject that draws so many women to my blog. I was hit by what I felt was hard with Adrenal Fatigue in the late Fall of 2011. I’d already been diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and then Hashimotos. I […]

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A Heads-Up on Overtraining

Toward the end of 2011 my world changed. I had next to no energy. I was tired all the time. I could no longer lift as heavy as I had. My CrossFit times declined, and I couldn’t complete as many reps. I felt winded running after only a few miles. I hurt in places I’d […]

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The Importance of Rest

Rest is an important part of recovery. So often we fall in to the trap where we think more is better. If we accomplish more thing on our “to-do” list, we are more successful. We can feel better about our accomplishments. We can feel better about how we spend our time – and our days […]

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Boston Marathon 2011

Questions on Adrenal Fatigue

Still to this day I receive many questions on Adrenal Fatigue. So many people know I’ve had it, how much I suffered from it, and if they don’t know me personally, they’ve heard about my experience or somehow stumbled upon my name online. Here is one such reader who found me after searching Google. Since […]

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