Back in early March, I wrote about changing my approach to treating my Plantar Fasciitis. You can read all about it HERE. Since this post: I've dropped 12+ pounds. I've stopped taking any and all pain medication. No supplements. While my pain hasn't permanently disappeared, it has been reduced to a level I can live… Continue reading Follow Up: What if everything I’ve been told about Plantar Fascitis is wrong?
First of all, I am NOT a doctor nor am I a medical professional. I am a woman in her mid-forties who is struggling. It's as if something flipped as I reached my forties. Arthritis in my knees, carpal tunnel in both wrists, and for the past year, I've been struggling with plantar fasciitis in… Continue reading What if everything I’ve been told about Plantar Fascitis is wrong?
What do The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay, and Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel have in common? They're all award-winning stories written by talented authors. Yet, these three books are also different genres, different styles of writing, different timelines and locations, different points of view, different everything! So what do… Continue reading How to Write a Novel with Multiple Storylines