I like making new friends, and I'm especially thankful for the friends I've made through my blog. Boy, I wish I could chat with you over a cuppa tea on my deck, but we'll have to settle for an online chat instead!

The best place to reach me is on Instagram (username: @SarahJacksonPanther) or Facebook ( 

I get so many messages daily with questions about my health journey, that I'm not able to respond to them all. In order to answer questions I can't get to individually, I offer regular DNRS training tips on Instagram, and I do Q&A livestreams on both Instagram and Facebook.

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  1. Oh my, Sarah! You made my day! I've been sitting here, trying to write. Anything! Then I read yours! I love it! Here's my link if you haven't already seen it.

    Always enjoy reading your blog, though I don't always respond.

    Happy New Year to you! We are blessed, aren't we?

    1. Thank you, Shirley! I, too, enjoy reading your blog. It's fun to see the world through someone else's eyes.

      I hope your writer's block disintegrated into a big ol' heap of dust and you were able to crank out something good. ;)


  2. We will pray for you, Sarah. Don't know if you heard I've been laid up substantially, though compared to you, it's nothing. I'll pray be both learn something from this set-aside-ness. Glad your mama will be able to mother you next week. Love, shirley

  3. Hi Sarah, I received your blog info from Holly Berrie. I am very interested in the DNRS treatment. I have chronic Lyme which was diagnosed in Jan. of 15'. I spent 10 months on antibiotics and have since changed to a natural herb protocol. I also do Ondamed biofeedback therapy which has helped a lot along with the herbs. Like you I want things to move quicker :). My main symptom is chronic motion sickness which is made worse when I drive. Since my job entailed 30,000 plus miles of driving this has left me on disability since 1/15. It has gradually become better and I can drive longer distances again but not enough to go to work. Getting closer though!
    Thanks for sharing your blog info with Holly. Prayers to you!

    1. Hi Jeff,

      I'm so sorry to hear of your fight with lyme. I don't think there's much in the world that's more grueling than this kind of drawn-out battle.

      I'm so hopeful that DNRS helps you! The testimonials are stunning, and I'm encouraged by the progress I've made this summer.

      Here is my post about the program, if you're interested in learning a bit more about it:

      I'm happy to answer any questions you may have if you want to shoot me an email (see above).