So many people ask me about maintaining friendships. What to do when friends don’t understand, how to keep friendships going when you’re sick, how to tell friends about your disease, etc. Nadia and I answer all of that and she shares what it has been like to be my friend over the past five years, but first we did the best friend tag. It got pretty long so I will be posting the 2nd half next week.

LIMITED EDITION GUT GIRL SHIRTS!

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On September 1st I am celebrating 3 years since I started Inflamed & Untamed. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine this would be such a huge part of my life. It has brought to me the majority of people I love most in my life, a sense of purpose and worth I can’t begin to describe, and so much more…but enough of that. I plan to gush all about it in a few days.

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MY FAVORITE PRODUCTS AND GENERAL HEALTH AND SELF-ESTEEM TALK

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I did one of these blogs a couple years ago and everyone (actually probably just the girls) seemed to dig it and I am constantly getting questions about my hair, makeup, etc. from you lovely lasses so I thought I would sit down and write an updated version of everything I am using and loving right now. 

One thing I find about life with a chronic illness is that the way we look at ourselves and how others look at us influences how we feel. Duh, right?

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THE ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE?

I’ve been tagged now multiple times to participate and each person has asked me to do it for a different cause. Either the CCFA, ALS, etc. Because a very adorable, kind little girl tagged me, and nothing gets to me like sweet little kids who love donuts, I decided to participate in my own way. 

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INFLAMED AND UNTAMED TURNS THREE ON SEPTEMBER 1ST. CELEBRATE WITH A GUT GIRL SHIRT!

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In less than a month I will be celebrating 3 years since I sat down and made my very rvideo blog. Who knew that my life would take the turn it did and I would be doing this. 

To celebrate this anniversary I am launching the sales of Gut Girl shirts. I would love to know who would be interested in purchasing one so that I can get an idea on how many to order.