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Letting people down or coming across as flaky or unreliable is one of my worst fears. It’s one of the reasons why I sometimes push myself harder than is good for my health. I’ve gotten much better about it, but it’s still a thing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But sometimes I respond to that fear in the opposite way: by avoiding certain opportunities in case a flare up makes me unable to follow through. And it seems like the conscientious, responsible thing to do, but it’s mostly just a cover for self-limitation and doubt. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s true; if you put yourself out there and take on responsibility you might let someone down at some point. But if you play small, you’re guaranteed to let YOURSELF down. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Chronic illness or no, if you’re a human, you’re going to disappoint someone at some point. And others will disappoint you because guess what? They’re humans too. Level playing field. Eliminate that from your list of excuses. Chronic illness or no, you have too much to offer to be hung up on that!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ What would you do if you weren’t afraid of disappointing anyone? Btw, that’s not rhetorical leave a comment or DM. I sincerely wanna hear from you and encourage you! 💕⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Thanks to thejoywarrior for the image!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ stopplayingsmall bebrave courage autoimmunedisease autoimmunewarrior chronicillness chronicallyill chronicillnessthriver chronicillnesswarrior invisibleillness gravesdisease hashimotosthyroiditis lupus lymedisease multiplesclerosis rheumatoidarthritis crohnsdisease celiacdisease type1diabetes psoriasis scleroderma addisonsdisease

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(read full post linkinbio) You have a diagnosis of some Look in the mirror and tell yourself. ⠀⠀ “My name is and: ⠀⠀ - I am resilient - I am resourceful - I am proud of who I am, and who I’ve had to become to overcome my adversities - I am a fighter - I forgive myself - Sometimes I feel guilt, shame, and am embarrassed, but I will love myself unconditionally - I have done this once, and I can do it again, no matter how challenging - Some days are hard, but I am strong and I will preserver I am NOT my illness

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so ivig treatment number 4 (?) is today. Having a bit of a rough few weeks with stress, a new diagnosis (ibs, which lol isn’t shocking but annoying), and thinking about my future. But i’m feeling positive ish today about the future and what it holds for me at udelaware , and I think I’d really like to get back on my “trying to be a life specialist” track. Also back to figure skating if possible. 🤷🏻‍♀️💛 childlifestudent humanservices udel udelaware futurechildlifespecialist ivig iviginfusion chronicpain chronicwarrior lymie lymedisease lymewarrior ibs ibswarrior neuropathystrong iwontgiveup fightlikeawarrior thespooniesisterhood anxietywarrior anxiousbutcourageous liveyourdreams chronicillnessawareness chronicallycute invisibleillness

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⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ❗️10 Lyme Disease Symptoms ❗️that Could Mean You Need to Visit a doctor 👩🏻‍⚕️ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 1. Rashes⁣⁣ 2. Achy or Swollen Joints⁣⁣ 3. Fatigue and other flu-like symptoms⁣⁣ 4. Decline in cognitive ability⁣⁣ 5. Neurological problems⁣⁣ 6. Trouble sleeping⁣⁣ 7. Sensitivity to light⁣⁣ 8. Outbreak on your skin⁣⁣ 9. Heart problems⁣⁣ 10. Regression (in )⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ To find out more on these symptoms, please read the full article⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ tickmeout mylifewithlyme lymedisease chronicillness chronicpain spoonie invisibleillness fibromyalgia lymewarrior lyme chronicillnesswarrior lymediseaseawareness healing chronicfatigue autoimmunedisease pots arthritis lupus health depression mentalhealth anxiety selfcare autoimmune mecfs wellness vegan potssyndrome endometriosis migraine

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⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ❗️10 Lyme Disease Symptoms ❗️that Could Mean You Need to Visit a doctor 👩🏻‍⚕️ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 1. Rashes⁣⁣ 2. Achy or Swollen Joints⁣⁣ 3. Fatigue and other flu-like symptoms⁣⁣ 4. Decline in cognitive ability⁣⁣ 5. Neurological problems⁣⁣ 6. Trouble sleeping⁣⁣ 7. Sensitivity to light⁣⁣ 8. Outbreak on your skin⁣⁣ 9. Heart problems⁣⁣ 10. Regression (in )⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ To find out more on these symptoms, please read the full article⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ tickmeout mylifewithlyme lymedisease chronicillness chronicpain spoonie invisibleillness fibromyalgia lymewarrior lyme chronicillnesswarrior lymediseaseawareness healing chronicfatigue autoimmunedisease pots arthritis lupus health depression mentalhealth anxiety selfcare autoimmune mecfs wellness vegan potssyndrome endometriosis migraine

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The dedicated and talented team of junior doctors in Chelsea and Westminster hospital working hard everyday for women’s health 🚺🌸🙌

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Dont be afraid to take time working on the things you love. My sister and I have fun recreating looks from movies. This one here is a costume from The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe movie adaptation of C.S. Lewis's 's book. We spent quite a bit of time and energy on them, but they turned out fantastic in the end. I haven't had the energy to undertake a project like this since I got sick, but I'd love to do it again sometime. Just because I can't do as much as I used to doesn't mean I have to stop doing what I love. What do you enjoy doing on your good days? Image description: I'm facing a lake and leaning my left arm on a tree. I'm wearing an orange cape and a red dress with a silver circlet. chronicillness pots spoonie lyme lymedisease ebv episteinbarrvirus chronicillnesswarrior invisibleillness dysautonomia notalldisabilitiesarevisible parttimewheelchairuser iamafighter fightonfighter wherethetiredgirlsare

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I'm not coeliac or celiac, but since catching Lyme Disease as a my body has had a bad reaction to gluten. And, as my gluten intolerant followers can attest to I'm sure, life as a gluten-free person isn't always easy. Sometimes that gets me down. But if I cast my mind back to how Lyme Disease affected me for almost a decade (I practically lost my teenage years to endless cycles of intense treatments, exhaustion and gut problems) I know that I'm lucky to have found a solution, even if it will affect my diet forever. Occasionally, I hear stories about food and drink establishments that give customers gluten or dairy products despite asking for an alternative, writing the request off as another fad diet. Whilst fads are rarely good things to get into, please remember that many have allergies or diseases that make them intolerant to certain foods. Never take someone else's health into your own hands. They've been on long journeys that you may not have experienced 💙 glutenfreelifestyle rarediseaseday lymedisease lymediseaseawareness lyme lymewarrior lymeawareness lymeisreal lymelife lymediet lymetreatment chroniclyme lymewarriors lymediseaserecovery lymerecovery chroniclymedisease lymeawarenessmonth glutenfree simplycaro glutenfreelondon glutenfreenyc glutenfreelife

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When another monday rolls around and I'm feeling so stuck in the space between no longer and not yet, words like this remind me that it‘a all a *process* 🌀 that meeting myself where I am today and finding peace there is really all I need to focus on 🙏 to everyone else in the "trudging" phase of healing — I see you, I know it's such hard work, I know some days it feels overwhelming and never ending but if anything in this world is worth it it's your life and health ♥️ so keep at it sistas, we got this 💪 mindfulhealing motivationmonday yougotthis igotthis wegotthis via jacquelinewhitney_

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New YouTube in honor of a week focusing on Detox Diets 🍋💧. Come join me on my walk this morning in this 10 minute video kicking off the TRUTH about what Detox Diets are, what they’re not, and how to follow them safely. 🙏🏼🌿☀️LINK IN BIO detoxwater detoxjuice detoxdiet livercleanse liverflush superfoods leakygut leakygutsyndrome autoimmunediet autoimmunedisease antiinflammatoryfood antiinflammatorydiet healnaturally thyroidhealing dietitiansofinstagram weightlossdiets pcosweightloss lymediseaseawareness lymedisease lymewarrior zakieats nutritionista nutritionadvice nutritioncoach gutinflammation bloatedbelly naturalremedies thetruth nutritionist nutrition101

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Washington DC : The state where your 6th American history lesson all comes flodding back 🧠

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It's time for some acupuncture. Do you know what is this? I can tell you, it's called moxibustion stick or moxa stick. It can be set to burn and held over certain areas like acu-points or chopped into smaller pieces and put on top of the needles while burning slowly. The smoke and heat ads to the effect. I bought this from Dr.Wang's pharmacy near Warorot market in Chiang Mai. Link in Bio! MyalgicEncephalomyelitis ChronicFatigueSyndrome MECFS CFS ME ChronicFatigue chroniclife chronicillness chronicpain fibro fibromyalgia spoonielife spoonie Spoonieoverhere Runningoutofspoons curecancer lymedisease fibrowarrior chronicillness detox wellness acupuncture moxibustion chinesemedicine traditionalchinesemedicine naturalhealth acupunctureworks medicaltravel medicaltourism wellnesstravel

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My own version of “The Scream” 😮 I did this painting a while ago on one of those days where everything just feels like it is getting on top of you and you feel like you are being crushed by the weight of it all. Even though my mental and physical health are steadily improving there are still moments where the frustration of the situation becomes almost too much to bare. It is often the little things that seem to trigger these moments. Little things that, prior to struggling with my mental health and chronic fatigue etc., I never would have thought would be problems. Most recently it was the relatively small fact that when I’m eating I have to cut up all my food at the very beginning of the meal so that from then on I only need to use a fork to eat my food because holding both a knife AND a fork (outrageous!) for the whole meal is too draining 🍽 Most of the time I can just accept it and keep trudging on but sometimes I feel like I can’t. 3 years ago I was at uni having the most amazing time; I was going out, studying, doing sport, acting in plays AND not only eating with BOTH a knife and a fork but cooking my meals toobut nownot so much! It is so incredibly frustrating that I have essentially gone backwards in this respect but that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been making progress and that I am not getting better, and that is what I need to try and remind myself of everyday 💪🏻🙃 staystrong keepfighting recovery mentalhealth chronicfatigue lymedisease scream frustration onedayatatime

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7 weeks post explantsurgery ! I had my labs done and with my hashimotosdisease my thyroid is still off. I began a new treatment for it this week, and I will begin a new treatment for my chroniclymedisease soon. I am so glad I got my breastimplants removed due to breastimplantillness . Now my body can work to heal and fight the proper things. As for my thyroid, I am on T3, T4, and selenium. I also eat a vegan diet with no gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, and limited nightshades due to autoimmunedisease . I am now able to lift weights with no restrictions and can only walk for cardio due to foot problems. Excited to continue on my healing journey. hypothyroidism celiacdisease raynaudsdisease bartonella babesia lymedisease gastroparesis

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Through the journey of a chronic condition, we find our true strength when we allow the experience to refine and teach our spirits. We become reborn into the best version of ourselves when we choose to find the message in the mess, turn fear into faith, and pain into peace. Inspiring poetry from dashark123. This wordsmith faces chronic Lyme Disease with Bartonella co-infection. creativebeyondchronic

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I have been quiet of late but working on the Hydrogen Peroxide protocol to rid my body of Lyme bacteria, Epstein Barr virus and phew, Morgellons disease. Starting at 4 drops, 3 times a day and slowly building up to 20 drops x 3 times a day. I will talk about my progress in upcoming posts. Needless to say, I feel a positive twist of Lyme on the rocks emerging! australianlymecrimes lyme lymedisease chronicpain chronicillness chronicfatigue lymewarriors health sick writers wellness scottmorrisonmp greghuntmp who redcross

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Tom Kha Gai soup. Easiest thing to make and it is so delicious. I eat gluten free always because I have a thyroid disorder and when you are eating gluten, delicious gluten, it affects the way your thyroid operates and if you have a thyroid problem your thyroid doesn't know how to behave so it starts attacking itself as the gluten in your body is very similar to what your thyroid antibodies look like. So those delicious Cinnabon rolls are actually causing world war three to take place and throws everything out of whack. Add Lyme and three other co-infections to the mix and you have Armageddon. So more of the story eat gluten free and as natural as possible. Start with Tom Kha Gai. I promise you won't be disappointed. 🤤 asianfood bestfood tomkhagai lymedisease lymewarrior glutenfree stayhealthy fightforyourlife

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Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome or cirs, is a biotoxinillness caused primarily by long-term exposure to mold and/or lymedisease. ~ But the problem here is that very few traditional doctors actually know about this syndrome and how insidious of a disease it can be. ~ A staggering 24 percent of our population carries the gene that make us pre-disposed to getting sick from mold, and approximately 40 percent of buildings in this country are water-damaged buildings, so the math can be very scary and people need to take this seriously. ~ If you’ve been diagnosed with chronicfatiguesyndrome, fibromyalgia, or any other illness by default, PLEASE consider getting your home or workplace tested for mold. It could make all the difference in the world. ~ Happy Monday and staylifted and healthy out there🌿🌿🌿💨💨💨💚💚💚 wakenbake holistic holisticmedicine mmj neuroprotectant medicalmarijuana medicine plant weed 420 710 cannabinoids terpenes legalizeit highlife hightimes highsociety cannabis cannabiscures cannabiscommunity endthestigma weshouldsmoke thetruthaboutsmokeandmirrors

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My mornings have gotten so much better. I wake without dread, hate, resentment, anger and although my fatigue is still very much there, it’s a lot better than where I was. I started incorporating Chinese medicine a few weeks ago and I can’t begin to tell you how much the mindset and holistic approach has helped me in treatment. I have hope. Cheers to a new week 🌱 fucklyme lymedisease lymediseaseawareness detox healing process infraredsauna

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My breakfast this morning is a Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie! ❤️ 🌿 2 bananas 🌿 Handful fresh cilantro 🌿 2 cups wild blueberries 🌿 Atlantic Dulse 🌿 Barley Grass juice powder 🌿 Spirulina 🌿 Mango (frozen) 🌿 Strawberries (frozen) These last two are optional, I just like them in my HMDS. Swipe ➡️ to see which powders and dulse I use. I use vimergy cause I really like the taste, quality and it's recommended by medicalmedium. 🌸 Heavy metals cause inflammation and irritation to our central nervous system, specially the brain, causing severe symptoms like brain fog, memory loss, depression and fatigue. They're also a source of food for viruses, bacteria parasites and other pathogens in our body. 🌸 Everyone has heavy metals in their body, they're everywhere. For example in the food we eat, in aluminium cans, foil, batteries, metal cookware and old paint. 🌸 Most of us carry those heavy metals in our body for almost our whole lives and they're settled deep into our tissues. 🌸 It's very important to get those metals out, specially if your health is not well and you want to change that! The heavy metal detox smoothie has all the ingredients that helps your body get those heavy metals out. 👩🏼‍🎤 - Hawaiian spirulina - Barley grass juice powder - Wild blueberries - Cilantro - Atlantic dulse Combine those 5 ingredients in a smoothie (preferably) or eat them separate in different meals, but it's important to eat all of those ingredients every day. 🌿

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Good Morning! I’m curious —when was the last time you woke up and said, “I like ME today.”?

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Alright Monday! We got this. It is going to be a crazy week. Dance classes, karate, dress rehearsals, dance shows, parents/teacher conferences, my birthday, grocery shopping, gymnastics In 5 days at this time I will be sitting in the airport getting ready to fly down to Florida! In 6 days I get to meet up with all my girls on the harmonyoftheseasofficial_ cruise ship through royalcaribbean. 🌴🛳️🌊 Do you want to know what is more amazing then getting to go on a trip with a bunch of other beautiful boss babes? Going on a trip that YOU ALL EARNED! Nothing says relaxing in the sun like a group of people living their best lives without worrying about a credit card bill when they return from vacation! 🌊🛳️🌴 Do you want to learn more about how I earned this trip? Join in for my sneak peek into coaching group. I start sharing today! Here's the link. 🌴🛳️🌊

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Slow update: I havent had the energy to post a few updates, so here you go. I went to a health convention with my mom. Figured out that I get headaches when I leave the house bc of the loud noises and ordered some noise reducing headphones.Today I'm getting my tattoo reviewed by my tattoo artist and maybe get my septum pierced again. I've sh again and sadly a little bit deeper than the last time but its healing nicely. bpd borderlinepersonalitydisorder borderline actuallyborderline borderlineproblems mentallillness antidepressant depression mentalhealth eatingdisorder endthestigma butyoudontlooksick generalizedanxiety anxietydisorder anxietywarrior chronicillness invisibledisability chroniclyme lymedisease

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This weeks video is a fun one, trying on comfort wear and preparing for Klinik St. Georg. Wasn’t easy to put this together, but had some fun during my otherwise boring, restful day week month 😴 Tell me which ones you like? Maybe you’ll get some ideas too:) Link to my channel and full videos in my profile bio section 💕 namshi chronicillness comfortwear haul clothinghaul spoonies youtube lymedisease lymediseaseawareness onlineshopping spoonie spoonielife abudhabi uae youtuber namshi

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Just over here makin’ history Bubbles is the first pig to ever stay at the beverlywilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills! And I must say he had QUITE the warm welcome Every staff member we have met so far was so thrilled to meet Bubbles & made sure he felt right at home bringing him a nice bowl w/ his own bottle of fijiwater! I am so grateful to the wonderful team here at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel for welcoming my Emotional Support Animal with such open arms It is much appreciated & he is loving his stay so far 🐽💗 Tomorrow we start my 2nd Round of treatment at infusiobeverlyhills, following up from the 2 week treatment I did here back in November where I received my stem cell procedure. I am so grateful to have Bubbles here with me again helping me to laugh, smile, & be comforted during my battle against Lyme Disease thebubblesadventures bubblessoboujee youfancyhuh piginbeverlyhills thebeverlyhillbilliesrighthere bubblesthetherapypig therapypigintraining emotionalsupportanimal emotionalsupportpig certified chronicillnesscompanion fightingbesideme idcallthataserviceanimal animalsheal animalsaremytherapy grateful lymedisease chroniclymedisease lymewarrior lymedontkillmyvibe strength determination fighter takingbackmylife nevergiveup wegotthis keepfightin embracethejourney turnpainintoinspiration shareyourstory

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Time stamp of my 1st major awarness health issue that something was not right AND a GOOD EXAMPLE of how slow LymeDisease can progress. April 2015 i started having to wear my wrist bracer almost monthly due to simple things like typing, playing video games and combing my hair was giving me what doctors diagnosed as carpeltunnel. The carpel tunnel And joint issues started out slowl and yearly but My symptoms slowly increased over the years and i was getting new symptoms slowly over the years (skin sensativity, fatique, bipolar schizophrenia, anxiety, ect) I can guarentee you if i did not live a healthy lifestyle of being vegetarian for 7yrs, swam everyday for 7-9hrs, rarely drank alcohol and rarely took any prescription/ rec drugs then i would not be here today. In fact i went a whole year sober from everything and when i was diagnosed lyme i was negative on all drugs n alcohol tests. (It was an extreme skin allergy attack on my skin from lotion that caused my skin to turn red and bubble up into a fungus in less than 24hrs) It is why my current doctors and specialist believe i was INFECTED with lyme during my college years when i was out in the vernalpools and forests conducting field research for my environmental studies and economics degree. I graduated Dec 2011. Started having health issues that started to affect my life 2014. Knew something was wrong 2015 Was living a lie life until Sept 2017

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May I be happy. May I learn and grow from my challenges. May I accept myself just as I am. May I be kind to myself and at peace. May this be for all beings. Love to all.

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In this photo I think I look like a normal 24 year old! Okay I might look younger, but that’s besides the point. I think I look healthy. What you don’t see behind the makeup and smile is a girl who slept 3 hours because she was in tons of pain and had a fever. You don’t see the flushed cheeks or the dark circles. You can’t sense her pain or how she’s doing. From this picture you have no idea what battle she is fighting, but if you take the time to get to know me you know I rarely look like this. You also know I’m fighting many different battles from depression and anxiety. To Lyme disease, babesia, POTS, and other complications. These battles I’m fighting don’t define me, but they also help shape me into who I am today! I’m the same person I was when I got sick, but I’ve grown in a lot of ways! So just because I look like a normal 24 year old, doesn’t mean a thing!

1 month ago

transformationtuesday Transformation comes in many forms. We are always shedding our skin, transforming, & changing as the world 🌎 changes. The choice is OURS whether we transform into the people we envision ourselves to be or get sucked into old patterns & transform into what we NEVER wanted to become and the difference between the two sides runs on a VERY thin line called choice Make a choice to always show up as the person you wish to be and not the past that burdens you down. You are not your past, you are not your mistakes, you are not a victim. The power is within you 🙏🏼 For me, I think it’s a total mind 🧠 body, & spirit transformation once I started to really choose space to work on myself , the other 2 systems started waking up too. Initially, I focused on learning a lot about health & nutrition because lymedisease had kicked my butt and a lean, clean, green lifestyle change is what I needed to survive. (📌Public Service Announcement 📢 : DO NOT wait until you’re so sick that you are forced to change start the changing process TODAY!) As I really started to understand nutrition and the power of healthy food and all the vitamins they carry, I started to heal not only my gut, my body, but I also started to heal my mind. As my mind 🧠 healed, I began to feel a pull towards spiritual healing foodismedicine I’m still on my journey. But through this experience, I learned that everything is connected Mind, Body, & Spirit. (And I know you’ve heard that all your life but I mean for REAL!) just slowly pick up on one of the realms at at time and it will snowball into something so beautiful, more beautiful than you could have ever imagined 💥 tiuloveyourbody tiutransformation tiucheckin organic travel feelgood GirlsSupportGirls love spreadpositivity goodvibesonly lawofattraction tiuteam toneitup yoga namaste gratitude motivation bodypostive transformation inspiration share healyourbody meditation mindfulness mindful nutritioN myfabletics fabletics