I took a sick day and I'm grateful to say I do not regret it. We accumulate sick leave/ PTO for a reason. But unfortunately, when you have an IBD your sick days can add up, which will eventually worry me. Thankfully, I have a very understanding boss, which I've learned is very rare. I … Continue reading Working with an IBD . . . .
The past 3 weeks have been a new low for me, but I am happy to say for the past 24 hours it has been a good day! And this beautiful weather is totally matching my mood. I've been out running errands and even attended my first crohn's/colitis support group through the CCFA. It was … Continue reading Positive vibes . . . 🙂
I am currently experiencing my first BAD flareup. After 3 days of hell, I am now starting to feel better. To have intense cramps all day and going to the bathroom at least 10 times a day, I feel so relieved that the pain has stopped. I also feel safe to eat again, earlier today I was scared … Continue reading Remaining hopeful . . .
Prior to being diagnosed with colitis I was very active. I would jog 3 times a week and attend a body-pump class every Saturday, which was a mixture of aerobics and weight lifting. It was for my training for the Mudderella, my first ever mud run. It was a great experience and I'm glad I … Continue reading CCFA Team Challenge . . . .