5 Ways to Manage Endometriosis Naturally

Endometriosis can cause you to stop in your tracks or to become bedridden because of debilitating pain. Some things are beyond our control, but there are some ways to make those flare-ups a little easier. CBD CBD has been a part of my self-care journey. I use a Hemp salve, CBD bath products, and a... Continue Reading →


How Natural Hair Helped Me to Gain Confidence

Confidence con·fi·dence /ˈkänfədəns/noun A feeling of self-assurance arising from one's appreciation of one's own abilities or qualities. One of the most significant issues with the process of transitioning to natural is how you would be perceived. Noone just sits online and says oh lets see what I look like with much less hair before it... Continue Reading →

Review: doTERRA Essential​ Oils

doTERRA is a pure 100% all natural oil company. I was introduced to them by another endometriosis warrior Megan. After talking to her for a while and wanting to try natural ways of gaining back my life I got the AromaTouch Diffused Kit As a Christmas gift. This was purchased and not gifted by the... Continue Reading →

Daith Migraine Piercing

The daith piercing is an acupuncture point that is thought to be an area of relief for migraines. When I first heard about it, I was skeptical, but my migraines were the absolute worst. I listened to testimonials and talked to people who I knew personally that have it. I had a headache so bad... Continue Reading →

Oh No, ​You Didn’t!

If you read my last blog post you'll know that I got sick either at the hospital or leaving in the cold to go home from surgery.  I do not have a regular Primary Care Physician. I would usually go to the Little Clinic at Kroger or the Wellness Center at Walgreens. However being that... Continue Reading →

Those Dreaded Exams

That yearly trip to the gynecologist for your annual is a day I personally don't look forward to.  It is important to check on your vaginal health without having to have surgery but got dang it, it hurts! That pain isn't something that just goes away after a while. It tends to get more intense... Continue Reading →

Don’t Ignore Your Symptoms

You are NOT  a hypochondriac. I repeat you are NOT  hypochondriac. If you feel like you genuinely feel pain or you are having difficulties then you really do. I understand that some people google their symptoms and self-diagnose on WebMD which I do NOT recommend. Me personally for example on my Instagram  I asked a young lady... Continue Reading →

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