First steps.

Thanks for joining me!

I’ve thought about this for a long time. I have wondered if I should, could I do it, or if it was even worth my time. Sometimes we can be our own worst enemies. You can have so many people tell you every positive thing possible for a person to believe in themselves, yet you still doubt yourself. That is me. I’m working on myself everyday, but you can’t turn your brain off & daily struggles we fight with ourself is just something we come accustomed to.


I have so much to talk about. Every subject you can think of.. Well.. Not EVERY subject, but pretty close! I know what I need on a daily basis when it comes to questions, concerns, or just needing a positive boost. What I look for & how so many times I’m left empty handed.

Why isn’t there anything with a straight answer?

Why does everything have to be harder then it should be?

Why can’t we search for something & we get what we were looking for? Instead of searching for hours because nothing is the same?

Sometimes we just want a quick fix answer. Not anything around the lines of… “This product is so great I would recommend it to anyone!” Then the next thing you click is “Do not buy this! I almost died using it.” So you click more & more to end up with nothing. Just confused & tempted, yet terrified. Same goes for general questions about our health.

Do. Not. Get. Me. Started.

The amount of times I’ve tried to find simple answers to health issues & never finding anyone who has a straight answer! I think.. how many people are in this world & I can’t find anything that has answered it? Knowing I am not the only one searching for this or that.


I will be posting my first topic this week about moving to a different place. Whether it’s across town or across the country; moving is a struggle!

I want to help. If it’s from my personal experience, from the facts I know, or just to give people the knowledge on things they never even put into perspective. I want to help because seriously..

The struggle is real.

Sometimes we just need to know we aren’t alone.