This recipe is: Paleo + AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) + Whole30 + Low Carb
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Healing can be hard work; you deserve to eat something FANCY-deelish. Like Prosciutto & Sage Stuffed Chicken with Lemon & Garlic Asparagus. Woah + yessssss. Continue reading “Prosciutto & Sage Stuffed Chicken with Lemon & Garlic Asparagus”
At the peak of my illness, I had to let go of virtually everything. In doing so I found a new freedom.
The often painful process of letting go has been transformational. Only by emptying myself of so much, did I discover what it is to be truly full: of life, of love, and of the magic present in each moment. Of all of the things I’ve had to let go of during my time with Chronic Lyme, I believe what’s most profound is the extent to which I’ve let go of my own suffering. Continue reading “How Lyme Disease Taught Me to Let Go & Let Love In: an Interview with MoreThanLyme.org”
When Kerry Jefferies of EmotionalAutoimmunity.com asked if I was willing to do an interview, my immediate answer was “yes.” The emotional aspects of living with and healing chronic illness is something that I’m passionately invested in, both in my personal healing journey, and in how I express my experience with others.
One of the hardest things I’ve done as part of my Whole Self recovery has been to come home to my Body. It wasn’t until I starting moving back, little by little, into my truest home–this amazing vessel–that I realized how absent I’d been from it. My up bringing and culture taught me to see my Body as something separate and problematic. As a girl, I internalized certain messages about what it meant to have a feminine physical form, and what I had to do in order to control it’s organic wildness.