Meet Sara


I believe that:

  • Wellness is a beautiful journey, not a destination
  • It is imperative that our relationships with our amazing bodies be built on the foundations of kindness, patience, forgiveness and love and that our actions reflect those ideals
  • Our struggles do not have to be our downfalls
  • Modern medicine is an important part of our health journey, but we must also be active patients and participate in our healing
  • What we eat, drink and think have a powerful effect on our health
  • We are all capable of magic and deserving of joy

I choose to:

  • Embrace Graves Disease as my spirit guide and teacher
  • Cherish my body and treat it with devotion and respect
  • Lovingly support my well being
  • Consume wholesome food that will serve my body, not be a detriment to my health
  • Accept that change is a necessary part of the journey
  • Find joy in the light and the darkness

You may be wondering how I got here…


At only 24 years old I was diagnosed with Graves Disease. It seemed like I would inevitably have to have my thyroid destroyed with a form of radiation and would forever be on medication… that there was nothing I could do to prevent this fate.

My world was shattering in 2012 as I sat in the doctor’s office trying to process the idea of forever… of losing something I never even thought to revere, my wellness.

It’s strange to look back at that day and the months that followed, because despite the anger and devastation I felt initially, today I am overwhelmed with gratitude for the journey Graves Disease has allowed me to experience.

I decided to do everything in my power to be well. I radicalized my diet and began eating with thought and devotion, supporting my biological functions and ultimately my health. I learned to listen to the messages my body was trying so hard to tell me, and to treat my body with unconditional love and forgiveness. I rejected the idea that my wellness was forever compromised. I may have an incurable illness, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t find a way to thrive with it.

Today I know that our bodies deserve respect and love.

That eating should be a simple, amazing, and spiritual ritual that supports our health.

That there is magic in our surroundings and we are capable of fostering incredible changes if we put our minds to it.

Despite all odds I am currently in remission and I still have my thyroid. I will always have Graves Disease and may experience flare ups, but I accept this as part of my journey. I am so grateful for my health and the support of my family and doctors. In reclaiming my wellness I changed my entire lifestyle: everything from what I eat and drink, what I do and how I think. I decided to do everything in my power to reclaim my health and to thrive with my diagnoses.

I am not just a young woman with a chronic illness. I am warrior, a health-esteem promoter, a part of an awe inspiring movement towards a healthier world. I realized that my story is something that many can relate to, that it can provide hope and foster change. And so that is what I’m here to do. I created this little health haven to tell my story as it unfolds and share the journey with you.

Together we can encourage and inspire each other to treat our bodies with the love, devotion and respect that they deserve and to build everlasting, loving relationships with our incredible selves.

Thank you for being a part of my journey. I look forward to building our health-esteem together.

All my love,




    1. You’re so incredibly sweet! Thank you very much! I appreciate your kindness. 🙂 I adore your blog as well. You’re a lovely writer. Glad to connect. <3

  1. Dear Sara, I have nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award. Here is the link You are not in any way obligated to accept, and I fully understand that not everyone has the time and inclination to participate in these self-and-others-promoting exercises. Therefore, I will truly appreciate if you accept the nomination, as I sincerely think you deserve it, but I won’t get offended if you don’t. Nominating each one of you is my way of giving credit to some exceptional bloggers and perhaps attracting attention to your work.
    All my love,

    1. Thank you so much for your kindness! I’m so grateful. I will definitely look into this. And congratulations for your award. You are truly marvelous and deserve so much goodness. I’m always excited to see what you share next. 🙂

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