I am happy to say I am now starting to feel motivated and back to myself again. I moved to River view RV Park on Sunday after very grueling long days and nights of purging, selling, donating and what felt like begging people to take my belongings. I had a army of friends helping me in the final days, however, with constant stress, my body was run down with my challenged immune system shot. I hit Sunday and drove Tootling Tranquility Tiny House (her formal name) from Longmont to Loveland. Not a far jump, and I was followed by a friend from Longmont, who I am thinking, was not sure of my journey and how I was going to make it? She was following me just in case….
I chose Loveland, to start my tiny journey, due to my infusions for MS being 45 minutes away and every 28 days. I will hopefully be getting switched to every 6 months when the new drug is approved by FDA called Ocrevus . That is my plan so I can travel. Meanwhile Loveland is a great start! This RV Park will also allow me to be a bit closer to friends if I should get ill with the change of infusions and closer to the hospital. I am hoping for more freedom with every 6 months versus 28 days with Tysabri.
I love Colorado, but I would love to travel. As John Denver sings “fire in the sky” its hard to leave my first place (the apartment on Macintosh Lake) with the amazing sunrises and sunsets. Bruce and Holly of River view, have now taken me in with open arms with our tiny, Tootling Tranquility. She was built by Tumbleweed Tiny House Company in Colorado Springs, Colorado which I went down to pick her up with our newly purchased Dodge Ram 1 ton gas truck, just 2 week ago. 1 week ago, I drove 2.5 hours to picked her up in the springs. After going thru orientation and a lesson on how to drive her it was back to Longmont (see previous blog post) to moved out of our apartment. A Lot!!! Stress even if good is stress to our bodies.
Not ever RVing before (a good camper and fisher person) I am all about learning but a bit clueless with RVing and very overwhelming. Why a tiny you ask?
With MS its extremely important to limit toxins around me, eat clean and exercise while using strategies. Tumbleweed builds are RVIA certified and green built. They are also so darn cute! ♡♡♡ This I felt was a better investment versus a regular RV. So here I am…living tiny! My new life, to live tiny and travel with experiencing all I can. Meeting new people, hearing their stories and supporting others in their journeys♡♡♡ to be their best version of themselves!♡♡♡ As a Institute of Integrated Nutrition graduate, certified as a health & wellness coach, I have the life lessons and experiences that brought me here and now the education. I am a huge advocate of food and its power to heal. We all have the ability within our selves to cure our selves. Reinventing might be drastic but I for one want a excellent quality of life. My purpose, I believe now, is to help others navigate to health and wellness. God knows I have the life lessons and have come out stronger and understand now with compassion.
If you are interested check out the sample class for Institute of Integrated Nutrition.
With that said, I am going to take my final sip of my Braggs apple cider vinegar tea with my final dose of probiotics, and off to bed for 10 hours of sleep in the loft of our tiny , with dreams of a amazing future. VISIONS of all the amazing people and their inspiring tales which I will be sharing here. Please, excuse me if I Am rambling, still a bit foggy and sick…but I will beat this cold!
Good night all. What a amazing life this is♡. If we are fortunate, we are here for a long time, so I would like it to be the best it can be! Never to stop discovering.