Last night I was having a conversation with the male half of a couple I know about their difficulty in conceiving. Being somewhat of an expert of that myself, I commiserated about how much pressure there is in society to have a child - people are constantly asking about your babymaking timeline and such.
This is a place for women to have connections, build community and make change. I will talk about sane living, life balance, making choices for self-growth, how to say NO and still be a 'nice person' and lots more.
And, while we are at it we will have fun!
Dr. Dori blogs educate and create awareness about the number one killer of women-Heart Disease. Stay up-to-date about the latest breaking heart news. Her blogs are informative and inspirational as she shares her life and her personal journey of complete heart healing.
This blog is about being the young wife of a husband with a chronic illness. I talk about the challenges of Psoriatic Arthritis, and how I cope with my husband's constant pain by drinking too much Diet Coke and playing with our spoiled puppy.
Basically, I run mental marathons in yoga pants and document my brilliant insights on my blog. I make you feel normal.
The name comes from the fact that I’m a magazine writer and editor who started blogging as a way to write for enjoyment and not just employment....more
Abby was born with a broken heart. She had a serious congenital heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot. Her journey with a broken heart has included open heart surgery when she was months old and a pulmonary valve replacement at ten-years-old. In October of 2011 at a routine cardioogy check-up Abby was diagnosed with heart failure. Everything was done in an attempt to reverse the damage done to Abby's heart. She used a temporary LifeVest/defibrillator, had a pacemaker/defibrillator surgically implanted, and was put on a number of medicines to help her heart wo...more
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About Life* is, simply, about life but from a small, one-person perspective. Topics vary but includes personal finances, ways to improve the self, wedding planning, and just updates on my life. I'm a 20-something college student finishing my degree in Child and Family Development, planning my upcoming wedding, applying for Graduate school, and caring for my pets and fiancée in Georgia. ...more