Endo Warriors At The Coast

If you are tired, learn to rest, not quit. 2019 has had more water breaks than sprints and dashes, but in the quiet moments, I have recharged and found new strength. One of the ideas that was born in the extended water break was ‘Endo warriors at the Coast’, an idea that I have dabbled withContinue reading “Endo Warriors At The Coast”

While We’re Waiting

Waiting can be hard, lonely and devastating. The dark corridors can dull your spark of hope, the echoes of discouragement can fill your cheeks with sadness and cause your eyes to overflow with tears. Waiting Wombs Trust is devoted to walking with women who are waiting on the Lord to hold children in their arms.Continue reading “While We’re Waiting”

Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar (With the Mother)

Apple Cider is one of my staples. It is way more effective than an energy drink, and a great plus is that it doesn’t give me heart palpitations. The last time I had an energy drink I thought I was going to die. My heart wanted to actively transport itself out of my chest. InsteadContinue reading “Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar (With the Mother)”

Invitation To Partner

I could talk about periods all day long. What used to make me cringe and uncomfortable is now what make I have chosen to spend this season of my life talking about and training on. I trained a group of ladies from Moi University a few days ago, and I loved it! There are wayContinue reading “Invitation To Partner”

Endo Story – Devon

When we share our stories, we empower and encourage other women. The pain is not all in your head, it is real. Endometriosis is real and you are not alone. Devon is an endo warrior who lives in Yorkshire, UK. She was 25 years old when she was diagnosed with Endometriosis, now a year laterContinue reading “Endo Story – Devon”

What To Pack in Your Hospital Bag Before Surgery

I went for my first surgery dressed in jeans. It was a day surgery, needless to say, that was a horrible idea. Dressing up afterward was not easy, my bladder was sore and my urethra was upset that a catheter had gone visiting, yet there I was trying to keep up with fashion and fitContinue reading “What To Pack in Your Hospital Bag Before Surgery”

When Healing Was An Idol

I idolized healing. It was the destination, my checkbox before I could be happy, better yet, live my life. It was the proverbial ‘GO’ in Monopoly that I needed to pass before I could get $200. It was exactly what I lived for. What I craved. What I needed. Then it didn’t happen. Needless toContinue reading “When Healing Was An Idol”

A Conversation About Menstruation – MHDay2018

When we take away the shame that surrounds menstruation, girls and women will truly be able to walk in freedom. Being born with a uterus should not be a disadvantage. Being born with a uterus should not stagnate your dreams. Being born with a uterus should not make you spend time away from school orContinue reading “A Conversation About Menstruation – MHDay2018”