Sausage Stuffed Zucchini Boats

Sausage stuffed zucchini boats is a low carb, savory dinner that is an alternative to your traditional meat sauce. Quick meal that you can pull from the freezer and serve with fresh veggies when you are ready.

How To Cope With Chronic Illness

Getting a diagnosis of a chronic, incurable illness is a pivotal point in the timeline. A diagnosis seems like the end of the road, the question is finally answered. However, it is really just the beginning of the road. A road filled with scary symptoms, […]

Dairy Free Creamy Tuscan Chicken

Crispy, juicy chicken lathered in a luxurious and creamy sauce with fresh basil, garlic, and tomatoes. This dairy free dish can also be gluten free. Put in as much, or as little effort as you would like!

Making It Through One Year Of FSGS

FSGS is a rare and serious disease affecting the kidneys. Here is where I stand one year post diagnosis, and treatments that have helped me.

Sesame Chicken With Vegetable Fried Rice

This sesame chicken recipe is a healthier spin on traditional Chinese take out. Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner, meal prep, or lunch leftovers. “Healthy Chinese” That’s the name for this dish in our house. Chance pretty much makes up the names for most of […]

My Pulmonary Hypertension “State of the Union”

One year after diagnosis, here’s how I am managing my pulmonary hypertension. I’m not where I want to be, but I’m better than I expected.

My Rare CTEPH Diagnosis Story

CTEPH is a rare form of pulmonary hypertension that results from blood clots in the lungs. Read along as I share my shocking diagnosis story.

Emily’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

The best gooey, decadent chocolate chip cookies made in house! Perfect for a late night snack, or sharing with your best friends!

Surviving A Major Hurricane And Its Aftermath

Surviving a major hurricane means more than just making it through the storm. The aftermath is often worst than the landfall. For me, the chaos ensued before the storm, and the calm found its way after.

Pulmonary Hypertension Symptoms: Hiding In Plain Sight

For the first time ever, I had to explain what pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) was to another healthcare provider. I also had to describe the use of what I thought was a very common medication. I’ve been told this is a rare disease, but it […]