Blogger Candice Robb was born and raised in the South. She is a wife, a momma of two, an elementary school teacher, and a consumer education advocate. Suffering a long battle with PCOS, obesity, and infertility, she moved from Arkansas to Alaska with her husband Danny in 2012.
Through pages and books of heartfelt prayer and extensive research, Candice learned how to control her PCOS symptoms and heal her body with clean living. Candice and her husband were able to bring a healthy son and daughter into this world without any fertility assistance from doctors. Candice continued on her quest for better health with PCOS and has to date lost over 60 pounds with the ketogenic diet, clean living, and her quest for safer products.
Danny and Candice enjoy living and teaching together in Alaska where they’ve experienced their greatest highs and most heartbreaking lows. After eleven years, three surgeries, countless medications, and three failed foster adoptions, God blessed them with their own two bundles of joy in His perfect timing.
Candice and Danny have enjoyed fifteen years of marriage together. They live and love in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska with their young son and daughter. They enjoy their family, their students, their community, and Alaskan village life. What happens when Southerners far from home create a new life in a wild and mysterious land up North? Candice can’t wait to share this beautiful story of love and faith with you!
Humbled by the awesome task of motherhood, Candice relies heavily on Jesus, strong coffee, and a really good eye cream to get her through. This blog will be helpful to anyone moving to or visiting Alaska, especially if they are families traveling from below the Mason Dixon line! Candice hopes to use her story of faith, perseverance, and personal triumph to minister to women struggling with PCOS and infertility.
On this blog, you can also expect to see Alaskan seafood recipes with a Keto and Southern slant, teacher tips (Candice is a National Board Certified educator with twelve years of experience in two states), clean living, clean beauty, and clean eating resources, all things baby and toddler related, and stories of island life in The Last Frontier.