I have to be honest with you all. I have fallen in love. More of obsession. With TikTok! I have a serious problem. Little moments of down time quickly turn into an hour of laughing at videos and finding the next "FoodTok" thing I'm going to attempt. With this, I have also fallen in love with creating videos on TikTok! My followers are few, but I feel like I have found my lane! I seriously had one video to get 18k views. The rest of them range from 30-300. LOL I'm not giving up though! I've become very relaxed with sharing recipes on the blog, but I am going to try my hardest to do better about that! I do share often on Instagram and Facebook, but I need to show my oldest baby some love too! Does it make sense for me to write out a recipe if I link the video? ARGH! I'm really having some issues with how to channel my creative side. I can't do all the things. But I don't want to stop doing one thing because the other things can quickly become obsolete.
It has been over 7 months since I had my hysterectomy. I'll be honest, it is a part of my womanhood that I am not sad to have gone. No, I can't have any more babies the traditional way, but I'm finally getting to a place that I am OK with that. The road hasn't been easy emotionally for me. But physically I feel AMAZING! I sometimes feel my ovaries working, but there is no pain. I still have slight mood swings and cravings around the time I would normally have a cycle, but it's not every month. Did I mention I'm no longer in pain? I can't describe how amazing it feels! I definitely DO NOT miss having a monthly cycle! AT. ALL! I could end the post here. I was recently having a conversation with a friend and it made me think back to all of the issues I've had over my life. I didn't connect all of the dots until AFTER I had the hysterectomy. 1. I have ALWAYS had issues with birth control. Pills, depo, Mirena, Nexplanon, hell I was using the NuvaRing wh