Don't let Lyme's drag you down.
Instead of focusing on the disease, I'm sharing some actionable steps with you to help you shift to a more positive mindset.
After being diagnosed with Lyme's Disease in the 90's and again in 2014, I've learned a lot along the way: such as how your diet impacts your health, some great books and resources, the importance of self-care, and how to tame your fear of ticks. I'm not gonna suck you further down into the muck of the disease — I'm here to offer you a hand and pull you out.
Lyme’s Disease can drain your vitality — and your wallet.
That’s why I’m giving you the opportunity to do my 8SAFE Online Group Program free of charge (in exchange for a little feedback).
Who am I to teach you about ticks?
I'm not an entomologist or public health official, but my own struggles with Lyme's Disease have made this topic extremely relevant in my life. And as a former Master Gardener I've been educated on how to protect myself from tick bites, in addition to logged over 100 volunteer hours
In 2012 I began following a Lyme-friendly diet without even realizing it.
I had simply removed a handful of foods that I discovered I was sensitive to and my health improved dramatically.
That was my biggest takeaway from the Living Well With Lyme's Disease program.
I've been very reluctant to talk about my first experience with Lyme's Disease.
But we need more positive stories out there about recovery.