In my last entry I said I wanted to get back to Journaling. You can see how well that's gone.
But I'm better, in a more permanent way than ever before.
In March of 2014, I decided that I had to conquer the yeast. Shortly after that, I lost a tooth, and vowed it would be the last one I ever had to give up on.
I can't say I've been sugar free ever since then, but I haven't gone back.
I had vein treatments last year, through the fall and early winter, that made a tremendous difference on my energy and ambition.
And in December I learned about my A-fib, and got a pacemaker. Not a great thing in itself - the pacemaker operation was so stressful and restrictive that I lost a huge amount of arm strength. I simply could not do as much this last summer as I could a year ago. But at least I learned a heart problem that I really have. I suspect there are more, but I'm not ready to have a doctor look at them. Causes consequences.
In August I did a yeast cleanser protocol that was more effective than anything I've ever previously done, and expect to do it again in January. It is neither cheap nor easy. During the intervening time I have learned more and more horrendous things about the consequences of systemic yeast.
Your doctor will never tell you about them. If you get rid of yeast, you might actually get healthy. There is some evidence that it is the primary catalyst to cause cancer.
My thumbs still display arthritis, I still wobble when I walk, I'm still an old lady, but I'm better.
Oh, and I've lost 15 pounds! Never, ever did that before. In fact, I've lost 2 inches off my waist.