5 Take Aways From Conquering Personal Challenges

Traveling has always been one of my favorite things to do. Ever since I was young, I’ve always enjoyed seeing new places, cultures, and things. From exploring America, laying on the beaches of the Caribbean, safari-ing (is that even a … Read More

Ask Juls: Part 5 Yoga & Movement – Managing My Psoriatic Arthritis

Today I bring to you the last part of my “Managing My Psoriatic Arthritis” series! Diet was covered in part 1, supplements in part 2, in part 3 we talked about toxins, part 4 was about mindfulness and meditation and … Read More

Ask Juls: Part 4 Meditation & Mindfulness – Managing My Psoriatic Arthritis

Diet was covered in part 1, supplements in part 2, in part 3 we talked about toxins and today we’ll cover MEDITATION & MINDFULNESS! If you’ve read any of my other blogs, or follow me on social media, you already … Read More

Having A Social Life With A Chronic Condition: My Top 5 Tips

I’ve always enjoyed getting the most out of life. I’ve never been one to sit still – constantly going, hanging out with friends, traveling to new places, checking out new local hot spots. But, when I got hit with a … Read More

Ask Juls: Part 1 Did An Elimination Diet Help Manage Your Psoriatic Arthritis?

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I received an AWESOME question a few weeks back that I knew I HAD to cover in my Ask Juls series. The question was “Did an elimination diet help you manage my psoriatic arthritis?”. Short answer – YES Long answer – … Read More

Chronically Grateful Is Now Released!

So it took me a few months (ok, to be honest, I totally was dragging my feet on it. I’ve been busy!!), but I’ve finally finished and released my eBook “Chronically Grateful”. Back in November, I hosted a #chronicallyGrateful challenge … Read More

#Spoonie, Be More Like Rudolph!

I saw this Rudolph meme the other day and it got me thinking . . .   Rudolph was one bad ass mo’fo. Seriously. I’ve always loved the movie and watch it every year with my family. Over the years, my … Read More