...without keto. Wait, what? Yep. We are taking a hiatus from the ketogenic diet. While it may seem sudden to some of those reading this blog, especially with all my "woohoo keto rocks" posts, the decision has not come lightly. There are are so many different reasons, and the latest revelations with Dr. Ellis brought … Continue reading The experiment continues…
Thoughts & Musings: April Edition
And just like that, the month of April is almost gone. Life continues to move ahead, no matter how much I like it to slow down. Do you ever feel that way? Wishing you could stop the passage of time, even for a small moment? * * * * * Not good news. Not bad … Continue reading Thoughts & Musings: April Edition
Keto Life: Week One
"I hate everything and everyone." - Me, Day 3 (and 4, and 5) The week started out ROUGH. No amount of reading can prepare you for the things you'll actually feel. I realize now the warnings of "keto flu" did not do justice to the true feelings. The fatigue, anger, and mild depression that accompanies … Continue reading Keto Life: Week One
Tales from the front lines: keto prep day
Fuck. Me. This is going to be so so much harder than I thought it was going to be. I mean, I knew it would be hard, but this is next level hard. Planning the shopping list took multiple hours across multiple days. Shopping itself took 3x longer than it usually does (and cost twice … Continue reading Tales from the front lines: keto prep day
Things & Stuff: October Edition
And with one thing and another, October is nearly over. This past month felt more like *real* life than any other since chemo stopped. It's almost as though I can pretend that nothing at all happened and life has always been this way, right? Riiiiiiiight. My work on mind, body and spirit continues! I joined … Continue reading Things & Stuff: October Edition
Things & Stuff: September Edition with Added Science!
First off, I cannot believe it's nearly October. Time, she is flying! Kenji and I had a discussion recently around perception of time and how it changes as we age. We figured out that a 50 year-old's perception of a single day is just over a week to a 1-year-old. Put *that* in your pipe … Continue reading Things & Stuff: September Edition with Added Science!