Welcome to my blog, The Dancing Hummingbird!
This is my inspirational blog to inspire you to live a healthy, joyful, abundant adventurous life!
Feeling stuck in your life? Are you yearning to get back to the joyful flow? Let me inspire you!
For fifteen years, I struggled with a chronic, debilitating, misdiagnosed illness and healed myself naturally in ONE month in 2010. Now I am the happiest and healthiest I have been in my life and want to share my journey with you.
Read my first post to learn about my miraculous story and why I decided to start this blog to inspire you!
My mission is to spread joy and empower women to live an authentic, joyful, adventurous life. I hope my stories will inspire you to live each day with joy, great health, and fun adventures like a hummingbird dancing from flower to flower enjoying the sweet nectar of life!
Please share the JOY by sharing my blog with your friends, loved ones, and your community. And please comment on my posts!
Let’s create a community of inspiration, fantastic health, and great abundant joy!
This month has been all about joy for me! I created my Joy Challenge on Instagram. I have been experimenting with trying new dessert recipes! YUM! I have been leisurely reading fun books and having fun times with my friends! YAY!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! How is your holiday season going?
Would you like to know a business secret? If you are having more fun, you will attract your audience!
Thanksgiving is coming! In the U.S. Thanksgiving is a day of abundance and thanksgiving. A day to give thanks for all of our blessings.
For fifteen years, I battled with my illness. Every day was a struggle. Every minute was a struggle. I knew deep in my soul that something was seriously wrong with me. All of my life prior to my illness, I had been very healthy. I knew my body, but my doctors could not find anything wrong with me so they quickly labeled me as depressed and then after my persistence to try to find the root of my illness they labeled me a hypochondriac. I tried doctor after doctor and asked for test after test but no one believed me.
After 15 years struggling with a debilitating chronic illness, I was determined to be well. In 2010 I walked into a new doctor’s office at Danbury Hospital on the second floor. I sat in a muted chair in the waiting room of my infectious disease specialist’s office. I leafed through my pages of typed notes of my health history, hoping and praying that this new doctor would believe that I was ill and order further testing.