Feel Good Fridays!


Another week has flown by and October is nearly finished. Already?!?

Last night was our monthly support group meeting.  We talk about a lot of things besides our illness, and it’s a great feeling to just be yourself and hang with people who know what you’re going through.

And now with the #MeToo movement all over social media, talking about things can really help – not only help connect with others, but free a piece of you that may feel trapped.

So, today’s quote:

“When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval. Putting a voice to your soul helps you to let go of the negative energy of fear and regret.” 
― Shannon L. Alder

Whatever it is, don’t hold back. Be yourself, completely.  And share. Talk. Express.  Without fear. ❤

Have a wonderful weekend.

Blogs I’ve updated this week:

Dungeons & Dragons & Donuts – added our September session.  Stay tuned for October’s addition (our next session is this weekend!)

Endometriosis Foundation of America: 2017 Medical Conference


If you’re in the New York area (or able to travel), the Endometriosis Foundation of America will be hosting a 2017 Medical Conference on Saturday, October 28, 2017: “In honor of ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Month,’ this one-day conference will explore the relationship between sex hormones at the molecular level in the etiology and treatment of breast, ovarian cancer and endometriosis.”

It is open the general public (tickets cost $100) and it will be an information-packed day with a wide range of guest speakers, panelists, and topics.

For a comprehensive schedule of topics and speakers, click here.

To register and purchase your ticket, click here.

Can’t go but still want to help in some way?  Donate to the Endometriosis Foundation of America (and show support for our 2018 Bloomin’ Uterus Endometriosis Awareness & Support Walk) by clicking here.

Oh…to live on the East Coast right about now!!! 🙂


Pelvic Pain Solutions: Limited Time Discount!


Our friends at Pelvic Pain Solutions are offering a deal for our Readers. ❤

If you’re in the market for pelvic seat cushions or pelvic therapy pads, you’ll receive 15% off by using the discount code, LW15!  But hurry…the coupon expires on November 1, 2017.

If you haven’t heard of Pelvic Pain Solution’s pelvic therapy pads, they offer hands-free hot or cold compresses: the EndoFEMM Pad, the Endo-lite Travel Pad, the  Pelvic Floor pad (which extends from pelvic bone to tailbone), and the Multi-Comfort Pad (which sounds divine: coverage of the tummy, pelvic area, lower back, and tailbone!)  I have my EndoFEMM and freakin’ LOVE it!  I wrote a little review of my experience here.  I own the full size and the travel size versions.

I’m workin’ the fitting the pelvic seat cushion into my budget, but Pelvic Pain Solutions (and other people who have purchased them) say they’re helpful for pelvic discomfort and relieving pain and tension.  I’ve recently discovered the life-changing benefits of having a lumbar pillow on the back of my chair at work at in my Jeep and have high expectations for a pelvic cushion!

Thanks, Babette, and everyone at Pelvic Pain Solutions for all that you do. ❤


#MakeItVisible Campaign!


For the month of October, Healthline is hosting an awareness campaign of ALL invisible illnesses and they’d like OUR help!

Do YOU have an invisible illness?  Why not participate? There are two weeks left in October. 🙂  Let’s inundate the internet!

WhyTo educate and raise awareness that not all illnesses are inherently visible and to raise financial support for the U.S. Pain Foundation in support of all invisible illnesses.

WhenThis campaign was launched on October 1 and will continue through October 31, 2017.

What: Share an image on Social Media that makes your condition visible with the hashtag #MakeItVisible. For every #MakeItVisible submission Healthline is donating $1 to the U.S. Pain Foundation until we reach our $5,000 goal. 

Who: You! With your support, Healthline will be able to bring more communities in to unite and honor all invisible illness communities in order to break the stigma that one has to “look sick” to be living with a condition.

Feel Good Fridays!


Another week is gone, with too little time to read or write. Bah! Soon, I hope!

BUT…there’s always time for a Feel Good Friday’s quote!  And today it’s all about YOU!

“Self-care is a deliberate choice to gift ourself with people, places, things, events, and opportunities that recharge our personal battery and promote whole health—body, mind, and spirit.” 
― Laurie Buchanan, PhD

I hope that you’re able to focus on a bit of “Me Time” this weekend.  Honor yourself, inside and out.  And pass it on.

Love, Lisa

Jeni needs your help!

I received this message from one of our Readers, Jeni.

I was having severe pain in my right ovary. After months of seeing my Dr. we decided on a hysterectomy Feb 19, 2017 leaving in my left ovary. We are now in September and the pain resurfaced in April and month by month is getting severe again. I went to my Ob Dr, and she said it was from my endometriosis which I never knew I had till I visited her last Friday. She suggested I do the shot for 3 months to see if that helps. If my pain is gone they will take my other ovary and I will go into menopause. I am 43 and will probably hit menopause within the next 5 years anyway as my mom was in her 40’s. I would love some insight as to what you ladies would suggest. Some of your stories sound terrible and I feel for all of you.

If you would like to reach out to Jeni and help offer some insight, she’d love to hear from you.  You may email her here.


Free Endo Webinar!


Our friends at the Endometriosis Family Support Group are at it again! On October 18, 2017, at 7pm (PST), they’ll be hosting a Webinar with Paige Gibbons (from the Uterus & Duderus Podcasts).  She’ll be covering how you (yes YOU) can talk to others about Endometriosis.

For more information, AND to register, email Megan at megan@rmccharity.org


Feel Good Fridays


AUGH!  It’s been such a busy week!  And I am so sorry I haven’t been able to dedicate any time to the blog.  I will try harder to fit in some time for researching, writing, and sharing.  I miss it.  And our connection.

So, today’s quote is inspired by my lack of time to do the things I wanted as of late:

“It wasn’t until I slowed the car and rolled down the windows that I realized I spend most of my days driving ‘through’ life without driving ‘in’ life. So, I’ve decided to walk because the pace is slower and the windows are always down.” 
― Craig D. Lounsbrough

May we all find time to “roll down the windows,” and enjoy a slower pace in life.  Take in the beauty around us and just breathe.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Love, Lisa