Let’s give a warm welcome to our good friend Pain ;)

There is No Bad Day – Chapter 2 Meet your new bunkmates The day after Kelsie’s birth, I noticed a minor burning sensation inside my butt.  Weird.  I didn’t think much of it.  The next day the burning worsened a little.  The discomfort made sitting at my desk difficult.  By the following day I could Read More…

A Tiny Spark Can Trigger Massive Change

But could I even relate? In summer 2012, as I began writing and creating products to help people stop having ‘bad days’, I felt that people would need to know that I could relate to hard times.  So I searched my mind for the hard times I had been through in the past.  But I Read More…

Why?

In the early spring 2012 I pondered and wrote for many weeks about what it was that was bringing me so much joy.  And why I woke up so thrilled with each new day now. And why all my circumstances improved so dramatically and suddenly.  I felt drawn to creating a crystal clear written reminder Read More…

Stop Settling and Start Living

Here’s the next installment in “There Is No Bad Day“.   Stop Settling And Start Living That became one of my Mantras since that fateful night in December 2011.  And I can honestly say that I have not had any bad days since then, which is hard to believe for most people when I tell Read More…

A Year of Extremes

Here’s the next installment of “There Is No Bad Day” Thanks in advance for your feedback…please be frank with me!  I’m not just looking for compliments, I realize that I may totally bore in some sections and I may need to scratch them entirely.  I want to hear the truth, so I can share truth Read More…

Explosion

Well…you asked for it!  So here it is. I’m going to start posting my story from last year, a page or two at a time.   I’m calling it: There Is No Bad Day Please comment as you read and let me know what you think.  Here goes!   Introduction – Explosion “I DON’T KNOW!  Read More…

I’m back ;)

And I am so thankful to be back. After months of uncertainty about my future life and health, to be back to “normal” is such an amazing contrast and blessing. Check out this 7 month sequence of changes my body went through: I don’t have any pictures of when I was down to 128 pounds Read More…