It hit me today on my quest to a healthy PCOS and rare disease lifestyle that I’m not drinking enough water. I used to drink a ton of it but now, since my heart attack in 2016 I seem to enjoy Diet Coke and Coffee as drinks of choice for me. Before you worry, my blood pressure from the type of rare heart attack I had and rare diseases I have is very low. Like super low sometimes so we will just chalk it up to “Kat needs to find better ways to stay awake”.
So…today I began my water quest. On a future update I’m hoping I will be keeping to this exercise of so much water and I’m so getting steps in when with clients because I’m running to the restroom quite often.
Oh the newness of this weight loss journey and living with PCOS after 40 and two rare artery diseases. I’m going to make this fun.
(water is flavored so I continue to drink said water)
Time to hold myself accountable on this quest to lose my heart attack weight while living with my friend who keeps on giving PCOS. I’ve been good since my last post about no gluten. However; that night I epic failed because ordering late caused me to eat gluten so I added no food after 8pm because my good thinking disappears. So since the morning after my last post I’ve been 100% gluten free.
I’ve found that eating no gluten is helping me get back into being good to me food wise. I’ve found snacks I used to enjoy, I’ve saved money having to eat at home more and I’m feeling less bloated. Imagine, just eating the way suggested to me is helping me to physically feel better.
As I continue my quest to lose my heart attack weight while battling PCOS I will start to again post recipes and ways I’m good to me. I’m grateful that I found my purpose with this blog which is what it started as years ago. I miss my old blog but with life events it is gone but I’m so grateful I can start over. We can always start over.
I’m Kat and reality is that I don’t know what to do with my blog. A blog I pay for. Did you know once upon a time it served a purpose? It helped others with PCOS and had a following of Gluten Free and Vegan eaters who enjoyed my recipes. I was “Once Upon a Time” a great baker. Okay, I still am to a point.
I’ve tried starting my blog over again many times. I won’t go into detail about why I stopped blogging, but maybe one day it will serve a purpose to my blog and be seen. I’m thinking that if I just blog as I see fit, if I let this happen organically then maybe I will find my passion again.
I wonder if anyone else has gotten through a rough patch and found their blogging purpose? I’m curious a year from now where this blogging journey will take moi.