Here’s part 2 of mine and Sophie’s chat about anxiety, panic attacks and how we manage them today (if you missed part 1 you can check that out here). This week, Sophie and I, along with Tara from Paleo Cajun Lady and Kate from Healing Family Eats recorded an episode of The Autoimmune Connection dedicated to living with anxiety. It was really fun to record and if you check it out I hope you enjoy watching! Continue Reading
This is a rather special little side project that I’ve been working on with fellow Hashi’s kid, Sophie, from A Squirrel in the Kitchen. We both guested on The Autoimmune Connection (the Youtube channel from fellow AIPer Christina at A Clean Plate) recently, and bonded over our mutual feelings of anxiety! Comparing my story with Sophie’s, I think they each offer a very different perspective, and I hope our stories are helpful in someway. I know we both found this experience a cathartic one. There will be an episode of The Autoimmune Connection on anxiety coming up soon, so, if you fancy it, check that out! Continue Reading
Bre’anna with husband Chris
Today, author, blogger, wife and mum Bre’anna Emmitt from He Won’t Know it’s Paleo joins us for a chat! Thanks so much for your time Bre’anna – and huge congratulations on the publication of your first cookbook He Won’t Know it’s Paleo! It is a beautiful book with gorgeous, inspiring recipes that, as you say, “bridges the gap between a standard diet and the paleo Autoimmune Protocol”, and in such a delicious way! For those of you that don’t know, the name of Bre’anna’s blog came about after Bre’anna started preparing paleo meals for her husband and family – and it was 6 months before she told her husband!
Angie Alt – Autoimmune Warrior!
Have you heard of Angie Alt? I’m sure you have. If not, come and meet her now! Continue Reading
Christine Dominguez – author of wellness blog Health is my Oyster
No matter how successful your career may look from the outside, , if you are thinking about changing your career then it obviously isn’t that “successful” for you. Friends might envy your job, it might sound good to strangers, it might pay for you to have a rather nice life – when you’re not working. But if you’re reading posts on changing your career, then you’re probably in the wrong one (I know, I’ve been there!). Continue Reading