First Giveaway!

Awhile back I ordered the book "Fully Fertile" from Amazon after my yoga instructor recommended it.  I ended up getting two copies (I live in a small town and sadly our mail often gets delivered to others in the neighborhood and may not show up until days or weeks later -- which is what happened with the first copy of the book).  Anyway, I have no need for two books, so I am going to give one away as my first blog giveaway! 

Fully Fertile: A Holistic 12-Week  Plan for Optimal Fertility

To be eligible to win, simply leave me a comment of the BEST piece of fertility advice you have received and from whom.  It could be a tip, trick, coping strategy -- whatever.  I think it's fair to say we all hear our share of "stupid comments" in regards to fertility/infertility, so let's focus on the best thing we've ever heard.  Can't wait to hear what everyone has to say!

A winner will be randomly selected on Sunday, October 2, with the book sent shortly thereafter. 


  1. The best advice: keep living from my mom. Don't stop doing what you love, despite the $$ cost, because without having any happiness you will go crazy.

  2. The best advice I can give, is a quote I found while struggling with my emotions one day.

    “The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.” -Elizabeth Kubler-Ross


  3. Honestly, the best piece of advice was something my nurse manager said to me a few weeks ago. After reaching my breaking point and wanting to quit everything after I had started my 7th injectable cycle, she said "you just need to let go." I always associated "letting go" with giving up and I have learned that the two are not connected in any way. Letting go just means accepting that there are things that I have no control over and realizing everything in my life that I already have. Best piece of advice ever!


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