Advocacy, Chronic Illness, General, Triathlon

Why The Spoonie Ironman?

https://youtu.be/ZdPJu67fqMM If you've followed my new blog this year, you might have noticed that I recently changed the name of it to The Spoonie Ironman. And now that I have been asked more than a few times what it means, I figured I would write a short blog to answer the question on here officially.… Continue reading Why The Spoonie Ironman?

Chronic Illness, General, Triathlon

70.3 for IBD – Team Challenge And The Crohn’s Colitis Foundation (Part 2) – 2 Minute Read

In recent years my advocacy has been less consistent than I would have liked. Life has improved, and I am soaking up being comfortable in my new normal since making my ostomy permanent. But helping others is still a massive passion of mine, and I will always do what I can. My story with Crohn's… Continue reading 70.3 for IBD – Team Challenge And The Crohn’s Colitis Foundation (Part 2) – 2 Minute Read

General, Just For Fun, Triathlon, Uncategorized

Work, Golf, Triathlons, Friends, Food Balance – 4 Minute Read

Every once in a while, a weekend comes along when life seems to be in perfect balance. This past weekend was an excellent example of just that for me. It combined work, golf, triathlon, friends, and good food for three straight days. So what is that combination for me? Let me sum up Friday through… Continue reading Work, Golf, Triathlons, Friends, Food Balance – 4 Minute Read

Chronic Illness, General, Work & Finance

Why I Tried Ride Sharing With Lyft And Uber, And 4 Reasons I Think It Is Great With A Chronic Illness

There are times we can all use a little extra money in our pockets. Life can be expensive and living with a chronic illness just adds on to all the bills. This is why I wanted to see what it was like to drive for Lyft and Uber recently, and why I wanted to share… Continue reading Why I Tried Ride Sharing With Lyft And Uber, And 4 Reasons I Think It Is Great With A Chronic Illness

General

Why I Started A Personal Blog

For years now I have been blogging for various websites including HealthCentral, my charity the Intense Intestines Foundation, and my patient productivity project Chronically Better You. Yet for some reason I have never created my own blog to share personal stories, advocacy efforts, helping other patients, the knowledge I have inside me that might help… Continue reading Why I Started A Personal Blog