It's been several months since I've written here. Many times I've hit these pages, intending to write, intending to post on social media, and I stopped. I have been busy on a work project, a documentary that tells the stories of four women who survived child marriage. These women aren't from . . .
I went to my endocrinologist this week for my regular check up. With Hashimoto’s, my doc wants to see me every 3 months since we are still adjusting medication. Recently I was able to get off Synthroid and onto a compounded porcine gluten free thyroid medication. My doc confirmed all my blood . . .
A few months back I talked about storytelling, and how telling your story, even if it's just to one person, can heal. What I got back from that email was extraordinary, and this morning, I read through some of them, and felt so GRATEFUL about the impact this blog and this journey have had on my . . .
This week I'm sharing another story from a member of our A-Team. Becka is an incredibly talented editor in television, who I try and work with as often as possible. Her story is unique to most of us struggling with weight in that she is a runner, and now, is pregnant with her second child. Find . . .
I only need to look as far as the A-Team to know that we women tend to get the short end of the stick when it comes to weight loss. Is it because of societal pressure for women to be thin versus men? Are women, especially women over 40, just more prone to weight gain?If you're like me, the more . . .