A Few Things that have Helped me Live my Best Life, Alongside Chronic Illness

One to the blessings of social media, when living with a chronic illness, is the ability to learn what tools other people are using to live their best life with their disability. In the spirit of ‘sharing what’s worked for me but might not work for you as we are all different’, I’m going to …

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A few of my favorite things…

Today I’m going to have a little fun because … it’s my blog, and I can if I want to. 😉 Favorite candle scent? Right out of the gate with a tough one…hmm I’d say it’s toss-up between fresh scents and vanilla scents. My friend owns a candle company, Outer Banks Candle Company, with the …

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20 Entertaining Activities For Us Housebound And Bedridden Folks

This post was originally publish on March 13, 2018 and updated on October 8, 2019. In the beginning of your illness you may have been just trying to survive each day, while simultaneously trying to tackle as much as possible to keep life normal. Eventually you reached a point where acceptance settled in, specifically an …

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Making Treasured Memories, At A Cost

As you may or may not have guessed, I’m a stereotypical introvert. I prefer books over happy hour, and large groups of people, for the most part, leave me longing for solitude. For all you extroverts out there who may be curious of why this happens, first of all, I’m sometimes jealous of you 😊, …

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Chronically Hopeful Award

What a lovely surprise to be nominated for the Chronically Hopeful Award! 🌸 I would like to thank Terri over at Reclaiming Hope for the nomination! When you have a moment, check out her blog, https://reclaiminghopecoaching.com/. Her blog is truly a top-notch site for practical tips on how to, not only survive, but thrive with …

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