Staying positive, and kicking some Crohn's Disease butt. I am an IT professional, a mom, and a business owner living in Canada. I was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in August 2008 and I feel the compulsion to blog about it. Hopefully I can be helpful to others.
After some reading about the declining trends (and opinions) in online advertising, and doing some soul searching about how I want to monetize (if at all) my various online projects and websites, I've decided to rip all the Google Adsense advertisements off my blogs and sites. It was earning me pennies and leaves a bad taste in my mouth anyway.
I hope to instead provide more meaningful content, like a longer, revamped version of my Crohn's Tips Guide as content with real value, and perhaps more book reviews and posts of that nature.
Anyway, enjoy the blog ad-free, thanks for reading! I hope to post some new updates soon (life with 3 kids is crazy).
This is a re-post of a Crohn's Guide that I had previously had on another website.
It's hard to find practical advice and tips for living and coping with Crohn's Disease. This free e-guide is packed with helpful suggestions for living with Crohn's Disease and managing it in your life. I created this guide because most books and resources available focus on what Crohn's is, and the various treatment options, but practical advice for just living with it seems to be hard to find. If just one person finds just one tip helpful, it's worth it. Enjoy.
"I just wanted to let you know that I finally had time to read your guide and I loved it! You are absolutely correct in that the material out there is often geared towards the medical side or symptoms, but not usually general well being. I think this will be of great benefit to the other volunteers and am looking forward to sharing it with them."