Hi, I'm Ron, and I'm an ME/CFS survivor (so far anyway), 24 years and counting. I am, at the time of writing, pretty much housebound. This restricts me to mostly sedentary pastimes - reading, blogging, occasionally sloping off to the pub, and cooking when I can, which isn't as often as I'd like. I do, though, make my own bread by hand, at least once a week - good food and physio in one...
Hi, I’m Amanda! Welcome to Eat, Spin, Live!
I am a 22 year old girl living in Texas with a passion for nutrition, healthy eating, staying active, and living life to the fullest! I just graduated from college with by Bachelors of Science in Psychology and am currently working towards my Masters in General Counseling! I love helping people in any way that I possibly can...
Hi, my name is Cecil McIntosh, I was very successful in business but unhappy with myself and my personal life. I was divorced and bankrupt.
This was my wakeup call that led me to seek help from an NLP practitioner to find better ways to reduce the stress in my life.
Over the last 14 years I have been guiding entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and baby boomers worldwide because I have...
Gonna do the uber quick intro:
Wife of a soldier medic, eccentric in style and varied in interests. In 06 I was diagnosed with Fibro/CFS.
Currently undergoing Cardio related testing as well as fertility testing.
I hope you will enjoy my little corner of the internet and you drop me a comment or two :)
The bipolar disorder diagnosis at the age of 23 was a relief to know I was not simply a bad person and there was a reason for the way I have felt. Yet I have been struggling to cope and understand this disorder... what does it mean? How do the brain imbalances affect my behavior and moods? Why do I rapid cycle? Why do I get obsessive thoughts? Is there a link between mania and memory? Is there...
I suffered from and eating disorder for many years. My intention now is to become an eating disorder recovery coach. Here is a short story of my journey.
My ed started in about 4th or 5th grade after another one of our moves. I started spending all my allowance on candy and stashing it in my room. I also started playing sick from school so I could stay home and eat while everyone was gone....
Tummyblogger is, of course, a pseudonym. Under my own name, I am a retired counseling/clinical psychologist, with additional experience in health policy analysis.
This journal began as a diary of sorts of what I do (rather than the gritty details of what I experience) in day-to-day living. The diet changes for IBS are new to me, and I am still experimenting. I live alone, so I do not cook...
Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), Pilates Practitioner (Peak) & Nutrition Counselor
A sporty youth preceded my undergrad at the University of Virginia, MBA at George Mason University and career in marketing in Washington, DC. A passion for fitness and recognizing an opportunity to inspire and improve lives through fitness and health education prompted me to earn my...
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Bipolar disorder 1 tries to run my life, but I won't let that happen. In addition, I am a domestic violence survivor with over 15 years of freedom. I have two amazing daughters, a fantastic son-in-law, three awesome grandsons, and the most unbelievably wonderful husband. I am a chocoholic who enjoys baking bread, reading, and writing.