Pack Rats – 30 Day Declutter Challenge

You have to love Daily Post. It has been awhile since I was motivated to write, daily post and a bit of rain came...

Diabetes and Crohn’s Disease

Being diagnosed with one chronic disease is not necessarily enough. Here is my story about being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in addition to...

Life as a Diabetic (Type 1 and Type 2)

What is Carbohydrate?

Evidence Based Health Care: Before I enter contentious territory I think it's important to state my position on modern western medicine. I am under the...

Running (Shoes, Clothes, Tech and Races)

Tip: Making Your Long Runs (LSD) Count

A great article by Runners World on the benefits of long slow distance (LSD) runs no matter your distance goal.  LSD runs should be considered...

Technology and Other Nerdy Things

SyncToy – Copy and Backup Your Files

SyncToy 2.0 for Windows is a easy to use, customizable application helps you copy, move, rename, and delete files between folders and computers.
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A foodie in training, photographer, Starbucks addict, runner, and single parent living outside of Toronto, Ontario. Living with Crohn's Disease and Diabetes, life for this Transportation Planner and RPP can be an interesting mix.

Random thoughts from the past

A Variety of Drugs to Treat Crohn’s Disease

There are several catagories of drugs that are used to control / reduce the inflammation caused by your Crohn's.  As I am neither a...

Drobo – Peace of Mind

Admittedly, I have been a long time Windows Home Server User but as my hardware comes close to its life cycle and a recent...

Windows 7 Screen Capturing

Where can I find a free Screen capturing tool for Windows 7 or Windows 10? Answer: Windows has always had the Print Screen button (PRT...

Switcher – Switch Between Applications

Switcher is a free utility for Windows Vista and Aero enabled.  As the name suggests, the application gives you a new twist to the...

What triggered your Crohn’s?

What is considered normal?  I suppose that is to be flushed out – but from those I have discussed the question of “What triggered...