Gluten was the biggest test of the 8Safe program that I was looking forward to. It was the culmination of the entire program and would either keep the door open to a bunch of delectable goodness or close it over for a while (or permanently). I had high hopes that I would be one of the few to suffer no ill effects; just as I had thought would be the case with eggs. Boy, was I wrong.
When it comes to an invitation these days I ask myself two questions before I respond:
Would I be happy to say yes if this were tomorrow?
Often, it’s easier to say “yes” to an event or responsibility that’s far in the future. I fall into the trap often agreeing to something only to dread it the day or hours before having to show up.
Now, instead of agreeing to everything and back tracking, I wait and decide if it were tomorrow, would I be happy to go?
Would this person expect me to come and need my help?
I wouldn’t want to leave someone in a difficult spot, so if it’s something another person would need my help with, I will more than likely offer my time. Continue reading…
Beauty is a big business, but I’m glad I never got in on the ground floor. It’s expensive, and being a Frugal Momster for almost the past decade it would’ve been a huge cost that didn’t fit our lifestyle. Since I never was into beauty products, luckily, I had no hard cuts removing it. Continue reading…
This entire process has been somewhat life-changing for me. While I planned to hide away for a few months and take time for me, I have learned a lot about my body in 3 short weeks.
I can understand why Kelly is excited to help others through the program. I have felt a lot better, more energetic, and a lot less inflamed. A few things dawned on me as well…