So, we’re taking a trip. It’s kind-of across the country. With two kids, ages: 4 and 7. We have one month to plan the trip. Why? Because this is a family of ADHD people and we tend to take on adventures spur of the moment. And, I suffer from Executive Functional Disorder, simply put, I… Continue reading Cross Country Family Road Trip: Planning
Hello my fellow Yogis! I recently purchased a membership to Yoga East, a local yoga studio, my first official yoga studio membership. My first class was Yin Yoga which I absolutely loved. It was an hour of slow stretches. There were about 6 of us in there, lights down, and then the yoga teacher walks around… Continue reading A Year of Yoga: Yoga East
As a teacher there are certain things I look forward to in the year: children reaching milestones, the relationships built among the students as well as the families I interact with, and then there’s the holidays and breaks. Spring Break is a big one for me. It’s typically during the Spring, hence the wording, and… Continue reading Spring Break Bucket List
I always know spring is upon us when my chickens go broody and the local feed store showcases their batch of precious baby chicks. And if you’re like me, you simply can’t come away without at least a couple of new or favorite breed of chicks. This year I headed to Stockades with the idea… Continue reading Spring Has Sprung: Baby Chick Time!
I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism. According to my lab results, my thyroid wasn’t producing enough t4 hormones, which is converted to t3 hormones, which dictates life and function to pretty much every cell in the body. Now, here’s the catcher, my TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone), the typical test used to determine hypo or hyperthyroidism, reads… Continue reading Healing from Hypothyroidism