Tomorrow will be exactly 3 weeks since I’ve had my breast reduction surgery. It has been a very, very long 3 weeks. However, recovery has been better than I imagined it would be. Total recovery time is about 6 weeks. At least 6 weeks is when I can get back to exercise, carrying around my … Continue reading Breast Reduction Part 3: Recovering At Home
My surgery was scheduled for April 28th. I had a countdown on my phone and was so very excited! The date was perfect because the recovery is about 6 weeks, which means I’d be recovered by the first week of June. New boobies for summer! The night before the surgery I thought I would be … Continue reading Breast Reduction – Part 2 – The Surgery and Hospital Stay
For years I have had a very large chest. Ridiculously large. You may remember my post about the sports bra that I use a few months back… Anyway, a reduction is something that I have always dreamed of but never actually thought would be a possibility. I thought that I would have to wait for … Continue reading Breast Reduction – Part 1. Doctors and Insurance.
Being a mom is a hard. It’s without a doubt, the most rewarding job I’ve ever had, but it’s also the most exhausting, terrifying, thankless, non-stop job I’ve ever had. So, when it comes down to it, day-to-day life can get overwhelming. I can’t exactly pinpoint when I really started to feel the weight of … Continue reading Tomorrow May Rain, So I’ll Follow The Sun
I’ve been doing this little thing called C25K. Aka running. If you know me in real life you know that this is a really big deal. A really. big. deal. I’m going to post about the app/program and my experience with it on another day. It definitely deserves a post all on its own. But … Continue reading Boobs. Huge boobs and exercise.
Mommy blogs. They’re everywhere. Like, countless mommy blogs. Fun, helpful, entertaining posts about kids, food, clothes, life, all of that. I love them. I can get lost in them for hours. And you know what they have? Pictures. Beautiful, bright, cheery pictures. Oh, hi. I love my iPhone. I don’t have a DSLR. I … Continue reading Pictures.
So, I have this issue. And the struggle is real. I love everyone. I do. I really don’t judge people for the choices that they make and the way that they live their lives. I genuinely want people to be happy, and if that means that they make choices that I do not agree with … Continue reading Be Nice.