Finally – the Big Announcement!

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WHEW! So I havn’t written in AGES mostly because how do you write honestly about your life when you can’t share the biggest part of it! Well, we’re in the clear so it’s time to let the cat out of the bag… I’m PREGNANT!! It’s been a long wait for the right financial and emotional

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Year and a Half Symptom Free

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A number of people have asked me lately, “how are you surviving”? When they start listing the reasons I should have completely collapsed in the last year and a half, I really can’t say why I’m still standing. -          My husband lost his job, leaving us struggling for stability and financial ease. He was jobless

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Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2015 – Talking Saves Lives

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Each year from February 1 – 7 is Eating Disorders Awareness Week in Canada and each year there is a different topic or focus – this year’s topic is that Talking Saves Lives. This is something that hits close to home for me so I thought I would share! When I first started realizing that

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Looks Aren’t Everything

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I was a bridesmaid in my best friend’s wedding last month. The work up to the wedding was very hard on me with dresses and fittings, dinners and everyone around me losing weight. I somehow survived it all and made it to the big day; I bought spanx, continued eating according to my meal plan,

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