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Alexa Bigwarfe is a wife, mother of three, dog owner, and advocate. She started blogging as an outlet for her grief after the loss of one of her twin daughters to Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) and now uses the blog to advocate for those without a voice (katbiggie.com). All while living with Hashimotos and Lupus. On this episode, she shares with us her thriving regardless of your diagnosis story and:

  • How changing her diet changed the trajectory of her health
  • How stress, grief and taking action showed her, her mission
  • How she became an advocate for twin to twin transfusion syndrome and how you can become an advocate for your ‘why’ too.

Plus so much more…

Alexa has written and/or edited and self-published numerous books of her own and for other authors through her hybrid publishing company, Kat Biggie Press and supports other writers and small businesses in completing, publishing and marketing their books through her company Write.Publish.Sell (writepublishsell.co). She spends her free time writing about children’s and maternal health topics and survival strategies for busy moms. Listen in to her Thriver-not-Survivor story, available now at www.understandingautoimmune.com/Alexa

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