It’s been almost a month since my last entry but today is the first opportunity I’ve had to actually sit down and write this post so grab some liquid refreshment, head for your most comfy chair, and prepare for an unbelievable story. Continue reading
First, mea culpa for ending my first blog with “…see you tomorrow….”. Rule #1 of blogging: Never promise a post tomorrow! I have to chalk it up to being overly enthusiastic.
When discussing heart-related symptoms, I’ve learned that women, complicated creatures that we are, have very different symptoms than men. Even though you might have your cholesterol under control, as I have, you can still end up with heart disease. Plaque slowly builds up in arteries over decades. It’s not usually until an artery is over 50% blocked that one experiences any symptoms of restricted blood flow. Quoting percentages and numbers isn’t hard and fast. It’s different for each unique person. This is important to remember.
Our living, breathing, energy-filled bodies will speak through symptoms, giving you red flag messages to pay attention. I’ve listed some of my symptoms; see if any are familiar to you: Continue reading
Welcome to my blog….Journey of the Heart. I had all good intentions to begin blogging during February, Heart Month; however, as we all know, the heart can be very unpredictable.
Who am I and why do I think my blog might be worthy of a read? Well, I’m a woman who recently entered my 68th year, in denial mind you, but eager for what the year would bring. I’m a published author of bi-lingual children’s books, anticipating a new launch in iBooks. I’ve traveled and lived in several corners of the world. I’ve had personal health challenges for over 35 years. I research and read a lot on health. I eat well and take supplements. Until recently I took no prescribed medications. Continue reading