5-Part Series: The Truth about my Life with Multiple Chronic Illnesses, Part Three

If you’re joining me for the third part of this series, welcome back, and if you’re just joining for the first time, welcome. For a little catch up, Part One was about my initial falling ill and diagnoses, while Part Two was about the first year, and today will be about the second year, 2016. I …

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5-Part Series: The Truth about my Life with Multiple Chronic Illnesses, Part Two

Howdy, thank you for stopping by! As I mentioned in my previous blog post, this month, in remembrance of my healthier life five years ago, I’m dedicating my Tuesday posts to my chronic illness journey in five parts and this is part number two. We left off last time in the first month or two …

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Let’s Talk about Creating Watercolors… in Bed

In the spirit of transparency and in an effort to not waste your time, I’m not a watercolor expert. In fact, I’ve had no art training whatsoever. However, I am experienced, after five years, in finding inexpensive ways to enrich my life, while spending my days in bed, with osteoarthritis in my hands and several …

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Mystery Blogger Award

My apologies in advance for the 37 million different fonts. I tried to fix it, I couldn't, I'm admitting defeat. You have been warned.  What a lovely surprise to be nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award! I would like to thank Dandelion B’s Diary of Me for nominating me! When you have a moment, check out …

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Chronic Illness to Creativity

You went from being a healthy, active, participating member of society to being house or even bedbound. Now what? Well, first you’ll likely need to shake the dust off because that’s a lot to sift through emotionally, but then hopefully you’ll be off to figure out what you can still do to contribute to your …

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