Tag Archives: Balance

Female Athlete Triad Syndrome

7 Nov

A friend from the HA support group posted this from Blog Talk Radio today that discusses Female Athlete Triad Syndrome, which is basically HA in a nut shell. I’ve never had so many head nodding moments in my life when listening to something.

I get goosebumps whenever I read/hear/etc. anything about this topic because it was something I never knew could happen until I was in the situation and like this blog, I hope to help spread the word that it CAN happen and it CAN happen to you if you cross the thin line of being overly healthy and active. Your body WILL shut down on you and start deteriorating.

I hope you all have some time you can check this out and help me help them spread the word! If you fast forward to about 18 minutes in, you will get to the interview with Dr. Kelly Austin.

Click here for the Blog Radio Interview

**I will have a post from my meeting with Priscilla later this week. I was super busy this weekend and earlier this week and I want to get some photos put together as well 🙂 Thanks everyone!

Month of Gratitude:

I am falling behind on these since I don’t post on the weekends…I plan to do just maybe one big blog instead of daily ones on what I am thankful for and that will be out on Thanksgiving Day.


Featured Blogger Today!

2 Nov

Check me out at Fitblogger today at: Featured Blog November 2nd

The article talks about my journey towards a healthier me including my weight loss, my battle with HA, and how I am determined to get those scales balanced out!

If you would like to learn more about me or my story, please feel free to look around 🙂

Month of Gratitude: November 2nd

Today I am thankful for family and friends (which I am thankful for every second of every day but today I want to call them out!) They are so supportive and show me how much they love me every day. And through all we’ve been through this year, they have been there helping us through – pulling us through at times – but being the best circle of love I could ever imagine. Our families are the most important things to us and being able to have joy through them has been lifesaving. My friends are understanding and great listeners. And my friends through HA always know what to say because they’ve been there, done that or are struggling through it with me. I just really couldn’t ask for anything better and today I am truly thankful for each and every one of them. Love you all so so much!