Category Archives for my blog

Yoga – Trying Something New

For this experience, I tried the general Yoga class my community offered at night time. Overall, it went great! Even though I had some pain, my body did not hurt any worse than it did coming in. I actually felt a little looser and flexible immediately after the class I am definitely going to be attending the class again!

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Zumba – Trying Something New

Part of the Trying Something New Series. This time I tried Zumba, an aerobic fitness program. I was super excited to go back to my roots of being a dancer for 14 years. Be ready to mess up and feel a little embarrassed because the dance moves can be a bit tricky.

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Support is Essential

This past month has been one of the most challenging since my diagnosis for so many reasons. One of those being that the illnesses that I have are often so misunderstood. Not only that I realize how truly lonely having these invisible illnesses are because I have been away from my greatest support, best friend, love of my life my husband.

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Guess I got to Start Somewhere

This was my first blog post from my Got Celiac? blog. It talks about my past and how much I have changed since then. I also talk about some of the preconceived notions, especially persons with invisible illnesses. I hope you enjoy and leave a comment. Thanks!

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My Journey to the Diagnosis

Here is the story about how I diagnosed with Celiac Disease. This was a long journey that often left me exhausted and uncertain about my future. I wanted to give up so many times, but with some support and good doctors, I was finally given the right tests and diagnosed.

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5 Things I Learned Since Being Diagnosed With Celiac Disease

Being diagnosed with Celiac, Fibro, and Raynaud’s changed my life. Although it’s easy to point out the negatives, there are fairly positive things that happened since my diagnoses diagnosed. Here are the top 5 things I learned since my diagnoses.

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Socializing When You have Celiac Disease

I have been gluten free since February 2015 and, as silly as it seems, I never realized how much human interaction revolved around food. Being gluten free is manageable, but it takes a little bit of planning and research before going out, which can sometimes hurt you socially.

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