Energy Balls — My Fibromyalgia Journey Blog

So eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring but when you have limited energy and pain in your joints and muscles, the effort can turn small jobs into big jobs. Being off today and getting delivery of some fresh Medjool dates, I felt the effort needed to make Deliciously Ella’s Pecan pie was perhaps just […]

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Anza Borrego Desert State Park — Travels with Callie

Anza Borrego Desert State Park was named after the 18th century explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and borrego, the spanish word for sheep. ABDSP is the largest state park in California and is home to the Peninsular big horn sheep. I happen to live in Borrego Springs, a small town next to the park, and […]

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Healthy Eating Options for Cyclists — Performance Bicycle Blog

For cyclists who workout once or more than once a day, good nutrition is vital. Here we have put together a mock menu and riding schedule that is chock full of the nutrients that cyclists require throughout the day. It includes pre-ride fill ups, meals, and snack ideas.

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Uber begins background collection of rider location data — TechCrunch

Imagine you’re on your way to a therapy appointment in a downtown high-rise. You hail an Uber and enter a nearby coffee shop as your destination so you can grab a snack before the appointment. In the car, you scroll through Instagram and check your email. You get out, buy your coffee, and walk around the…

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I’m back in the Saddle again….

 

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It’s been a long time coming. It seems for the last 1 1/2 years, I’ve struggled to get quality time in the saddle. Happy to announce I’m am cleared to ride again, although not going to always be pain free. I now know what to expect and how to treat my Fibromyalgia, Obesity, and the pinched nerve in my foot. The Fibromyalgia is the biggest challenge, because it makes me so achy and tired a lot. I will be starting a gluten-free low carb nutritional plan this week. My doctor says that this should help both the weight and Fibro issues. So if there are any other riders who have Fibromyalgia would like to share your experiences with riding with the disease, please comment. Anyone with any great Gluten-Free/Low Carb Recipes that you want to share, please drop it in the comment section. Also check out my first Gluten-Free Dessert Recipe, found on my Grandma’s Bake Shop Blog : Blueberry Mascarpone Tart :  https://grandmasbakeshop.wordpress.com/2016/11/28/blueberry-mascarpone-tart-from-ibreatheim-hungry/  We enjoyed this as our Thanksgiving dessert and truly enjoyed. Now that I have riding and riding experiences to talk about I will be back on the journey and talking about it. So come on back now, ya’ll. Hee hee sorry… that’s how we do here in the south.