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Signs Your Blood Sugar May Be High

The holidays are especially laden with sweet treats. Signs Your Blood Glucose Levels May Be High. Fatigue Increased thirst Frequent Urination Headaches Blurred Vision Brain fog/confusion Nausea Recurrent infections (such as yeast infections, are common) Tingling in the hands and feet Loss of appetite Adopt low inflammation eating habits Of course these symptoms also cross… More

Glycemic Index Chart

If you have been wanting to reduce your blood sugar levels then this is your list! Screenshot it hun, and reference all the time. It will become second nature in just weeks. TIP: Always ingest some form of protein to help balance out sugar snacks. A SIMPLE PLAN: WEEK 1: Only eat below 80WEEK 2:… More

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: What you need to know post diagnosis

Heavy muscles, sore bones and exhaustion and weakness that just won’t quit- yes, My Friend, you may have CFS. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a phenomenon that plagues millions of Americans. Seemingly possible to diagnose and with little offered in the way of treatment, it can be challenging to adapt to constant exhaustion. Being newly diagnosed… More

Chronic Fatigue: An Antique + Sucky Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has been floating around under a various names and assumptions for almost two hundred years. Yet we still do not know enough about it. A Short History In the 19th century an illness with Chronic Fatigue-like symptoms was first noted. Later disputed and labeled as psychiatric issues (Spoiler Alert: This happened a… More

Sweetzels Cookie Hack

Here is a recommended recipe from a Philadelphia native, found in the New York Times and listed as Swedish Ginger Cookies. A close runner up I was told. I was also informed that 2 batches were made. A thick and a thin. I was told the thin was better, for the record. Ingredients 2 sticks… More

A Secret of Pennsylvania

How does one truly define the essence of Autumn? In America, it can pretty much be summed up in two words: PUMPKIN SPICE This phenomenon hits people in more ways than a latte. It transcends a coffee flavor and far beyond candles and breads. So what does this have in relation to Pennsylvania? Well, if… More

Pumpkin VS Apple Spice & the intricacies of Autumn flavor

The contenders: Apple VS Pumpkin- what we have here is a showdown of similarities. The ingredients are similar between these sister spice blends but the result is distinct. When it comes to the flavors of Autumn it is all in how you mix it. Your Autumn Spice Guide Pumpkin Spice 1 tsp. ground cinnamon1/4 tsp.… More

10 Autumn Fruits: Not Apples

Eating seasonal is very important and can easily become a priority with just a short list to keep in mind. Lemon Lime Orange Plum Grapes Persimmon Banana Pear Pomegranate Cranberries Just a reminder: Other fruits do exist. Apples get all the attention during this season. Do you think the other fruits get jealous? Pears are… More

Becoming Moderately Minimal

In 2015 I decided to shed myself of the extra weight of possessions. I had never planned on getting rid of everything. I also never planned on how many years it would actually take. Here are some of the lessons I have learned along the way to becoming, my degree of minimal. A Crash Course… More

When Careers Meet Hobbies

Years ago I coined the term- career hobbyist. This title was needed because I have such diverse experience with jobs, platforms and whatnot. I felt this title encompassed my lack of desire to do the “9 to 5” route and instead fail massively multiple times at creating my own career. It has not been a… More

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