Today marks a year since I noticed significant changes in my body that led to a full-on chronic illness lasting for around 4 months. Feel free to read the full story starting here if you haven’t already.
B E E • V E N O M
(It’s way more awesome than you think.)
As an official blogger for the GFAF Expo in Worcester, MA, I didn’t know what to expect but gluten-free madness. I met some interesting bloggers and others who need to make living allergen-friendly a priority in their lives (or else they nearly die from anaphylactic shock in Austria). Oh, and I have a new diagnosis.
When I first came to LA, I had a very specific vision of what it would be like and that was mostly Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake madly in love, wearing matching denim outfits.
What can you do to help the bees besides beekeeping? Plant organic plants that bees love!
As you may know from my Mystery Illness situation, I had a gnarly reaction to an antibiotic about a year ago.
Photo Credit: http://n0tgreatgatsby.blogspot.com
It seems everyone has at least one horror story from attending Catholic school. One of mine (I have many) comes from my 5th grade religion class.