What’s up with these apples?

Why is your well being important?

You deserve to be your best self don't you?

Feeling your best self means functioning your best.

Feeling content in your own skin is an often unrealized ideal in the modern world. Stress is higher than it's ever been and knowing what your body needs to de-stress can be overwhelming. Information on how you should be taking care of yourself is bombarding us as quickly as the advertising encouraging us to take part in activities that can be taxing on the human bodies. That's what we're here to talk about, the discomfort we can feel and how we get through it ourselves. We're raw, real and not holding back from sharing our intimate truths no matter how ugly.

Figuring out what this means isn't easy. 

Navigating what’s truth in this confusing time of infinite information is why we’ve set forth to uncover truths for readers. Through self experiment and experiences we’ve found ways to cope with our everyday aches, pains, and stresses. We are entirely too familiar with mental illness and physical chronic disease. In some instances we're still healing, in others we need the outlet of creativity and some experiences we're still seeking to learn. Though we’ve found ways to feel better, we're constantly seeking ways to be our best selves and our knowledge journey is never finished. We aren’t always successful but each failure is another attempt at learning what our bodies - minds need to be happy. We may sometimes be crass, on a rant, or just expressing ourselves but we are always honest.

Apples Are All About

Thorough research, education and truth dissemination about our human body experiences - it's about more than surviving, it's about finding the path to thriving. Our mission is to share our story - the truth of it. We won't shy away from honesty. We hope you enjoy the musings and moments in our own journey's of health and healing as well as the truths you'll find from reading the stories from these bad apples. This is our how and why and with what tools; we've come to use to tackle obstacles that at times seemed impossible. Maybe in sharing our stories, we can help others on their own path in this life journey, one that leads to further healing of you too.

L. Bohlinger is a long time Harry Potter enthusiast,

An educator, mama of a strong willed little girl, and loving, patient wife of a really tall guy. She has always been conscientious about her weight and diet since high school. After overcoming anorexia, she started working on her self image and her confidence about her entire self both inside and out. In college she started working out and making sure she was eating well. She refused to try running long distances until she got her energetic puppy, and started her first job as a high school teacher while finishing grad school. (Talk about stressful!) She may be an on and off again long distance runner, but will always be an avid hiker in the wonderful state of Colorado. She is continuing to learn about her health and body through trial and error after having a baby, working full time, and becoming a PhD student. She is learning to balance it all! She believes in making the right lifestyle choices based on each person as an individual because everyone is different, and what she does may not work for you- that’s ok at least you're looking for ways to try and be your best self! She wants to provide insight into health as a working professional and mother because the struggle is real, and we can all use some tips and tricks along the way.  

K. Sullivan is a body-worker

Dedicated to helping alleviate body discomfort, tension, and pain. She's dedicated in her mission to help other people reduce body pain and increase body functionality as well as quality of life. She is a firm believer in healing using natural means and modalities. She is a passionate writer, a UNC Journalism graduate and a screenplay enthusiast. She's using her hunger for knowledge to uncover truths in the wellness community. Using her own healing pursuit and herself as a test subject for natural healing. Her wish is to share her adventures, successes and obstacles with others in hopes it will enlighten their unique health pursuit. She believes health is a gift only an individual can give themselves. She’s an advocate for people discovering their own well being and what that lifestyle entails. As a sufferer of chronic pain, a professional stretcher, a writer and a champion of research she’s sought expert opinions and direction from naturopaths, nutritionists, physical therapists, bodywork specialists, and a variety of other alternative healing professionals. She’s a Colorado Native, an avid poetry enthusiast and screenwriter. K. Sullivan would like to supply a collective of knowledge she uncovers through unique personal experiences and thorough research.

She is also a poet and enjoys connecting creatively with people through the written word. For more from K. Sullivan, Visit her website.

Apples Are All About

Thorough research, education and truth dissemination about our human body experiences - is our mission. We hope you enjoy the musings filled with truths you'll find from these bad apples. A collection of our stories as we’ve experienced them in health and wellness. We’d like to share what we believe full body wellness means for the emotional and physical selves we've faced in daily living as well as how we've overcome obstacles that at times seemed impossible. Maybe in sharing our stories, we can help others on their own healthy path in this life journey.

Words to Live by

My Body is my Carriage. It will Carry me through this life and my comfort level depends on how I care for it. I am the captain of the only vessel I’ll ever own. It is my job to navigate it safely through this journey of nutrition, health, and wellness.

- K. Sullivan

“Your job is not to judge. Your job is not to figure out if someone deserves something. Your job is to lift the fallen, to restore the broken, and to heal the hurting” A Joel Osteen quote

-L. Bohlinger


All views presented here are the beliefs and experiences of the individual authors and any collaborators. They are not intended to be medical advice or replace the need for seeking expert opinions. Material discussed are the experiences of the individuals and may at times be sensitive (graphic) in nature and extremely detailed.