The Quest For Happiness

*This post is intended as nothing more than a thought provoking post on my opinion, which is based solely on my experiences and research. Kind of a ‘me sharing what’s worked for me’ thing. The reality is that everyone, in one form or another, is searching for happiness. Maybe they are looking for happiness in …

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Keep Calm and Crochet On

Welcome! It seems like I should write more about crafting on here, since it is in the title after all. Truthfully, crafting for me these days pretty much consists of watercolors. There are many different crafts I’d like to try but financially they aren’t a need, so I’m holding off. If you are in the …

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Five confessions of a Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patient

1. I’m the same person as I was before I got sick, but now I'm wondering what in the hell happened to my life. After four years I still waffle around trying to figure it out, even though I know the answers aren't there and some of the finest researchers in the world have yet …

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Making Positive Memories Despite Chronic Illness

When it all boils down to it, life is mostly about memories, right? If you’re fortunate, they are what’s left when all is said and done. You may be thinking, I don’t exactly sit around and hyper-analyze memories, or the making of them. I didn’t either, like most people I was too busy making them. …

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The Three-Day Quote Challenge

Thank you so much to Emma at NotJustTired.Com for nominating me in this three-day quote challenge! I love quotes. Life is about learning; quotes carried through time share wisdom and experiences that can be great life lessons. The most difficult part of this challenge is narrowing down to just three quotes and three different bloggers. (I’m …

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