Welcome, and thanks for joining! My name is Emily. I’m a 30 something year old wife and mother of an angel baby. I’ve lived with multiple chronic illnesses since I was 4, yes FOUR, years old. It wasn’t until a recent series of unfortunate, life […]
I’ve been beating around the bush with the reality of grief for some time now. I guess I needed to give whoever reads this an introduction to the most dramatic season of my life before I jumped right in. Also, I feel more comfortable openly […]
Hi, My Name Is Emily… And I don’t know how to finish that sentence. It used to be very easy for me. I was really proud of what I had accomplished in life, and had no problem spitting out my resume for an introduction. Even […]
If you have made it this far, you may be aware I was diagnosed with pulmonary arterial hypertension, PAH for short. After a severe episode making my stealthy PAH obvious, and a heavy let down of a curable treatment option, I knew I couldn’t live […]
This dairy-free, creamy chicken tortilla soup is the perfect comfort food for when you want the fiesta, but with the cozy feels of fall. The soup can be made in one pot on the stove top or simmered in the crockpot.
Enjoy this warm, cozy butternut squash soup while watching the autumn leaves falling down like pieces into place as the temperature drops. Sweet butternut squash with sage sausage and savory kale in the perfect creamy combination.
1. Having An Autoimmune Disease Does Not Mean You Are “Unhealthy” UNHEALTHY – This word is such a trigger for me. The general population does not understand what it is like to live with a chronic illness or autoimmune disease. I try my best to […]
Seriously, the easiest. This crockpot roast is the comfort food you are craving without the hassle of standing over a stove all day. Make a big batch now, and freeze smaller portions for later.
I’ll never forget the fist time someone told me my symptoms were in my head. It shaped the way I perceived my own body for fear of rejection.
Perfectly roasted rosemary chicken paired with your favorite vegetables. Juicy chicken dish that can be prepped when you have the energy and cooked when you don’t.
Caregivers come in all forms, and are more than just a medical proxy. No one should fight chronic illness alone. Caregivers need praise too.