This blog is based on my experience, aiming to edu-kate people who are experiencing similar ongoing gut related issues to be tested for Crohn’s Disease. Early diagnosis may reduce the likelihood of surgery. April 2015 – New Job, New Town – Crohn’s Not Diagnosed After a few days moving to Far North Queensland and starting my new job IContinue reading “Crohn’s Disease – Diagnosis Journey”
Tag Archives: Triathlon
Update from Kate
When you think everything is going swimmingly a shark appears. This is what happened at my 6month post op follow up. After my surgery in January last year I honestly thought I was cured (aka Crohn’s free). By no means was recovery easy but around 6months post surgery I was feeling healthy, fit and hadContinue reading “Update from Kate”
You’ve just boarded the Triathlon Train (YAY!). You know you’ve got to swim, bike and run but not really sure about the specifics. Questions start running through your mind, you start googling and buying triathlon mags to try answer some of your questions: “How often should I be training?” “What quantity of my week shouldContinue reading “Triathlon Newbie”
Top Tips to FIT in FITness!
Do you ever wonder how an earth that mum of three, or that young career driven person working long hours or the full-time uni student juggling four jobs all seem to have more time than you? I am a full-time engineer, part-time swimming coach, part-time tutor, part-time blogger, a lover of endurance sports andContinue reading “Top Tips to FIT in FITness!”
Fitness Motivation Tips
Let’s get fit?! Are you struggling to get started or maintain motivation? You may have started a fitness lifestyle change and within a week your excitement has subsided and you lack all motivation. The excuses may start with… It’s too hot! I don’t have time! It’s too cold! I don’t feel in the mood! Continue reading “Fitness Motivation Tips”
Overview of Crohn’s Disease
Crohn’s Disease, like many other autoimmune diseases affect all aspects of your life including: working, eating, sleeping, socialising, travelling and exercising. Before and after diagnosis I experienced the struggles, the embarrassment and the challenges that come with the disease. Being a “glass half full“ kind of girl I always try and find the positives inContinue reading “Overview of Crohn’s Disease”
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Top Tips for Living with a Chronic Disease
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