I got nothin’😳

Y’all…WRITERS BLOCK. 👀 Not sure if it’s because it’s finally beautiful outside and I desperately wish I was at the beach 😎, or maybe Spring Fever is creeping in, but the brain fog is level 10. I do have a funny video from Instagram to share with those of you who are veteran chronic illness …

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October is Dysautonomia Awareness Month

Aside from Pumpkin everything, October is also Dysautonomia awareness month. Unless you have a dysautonomia medical condition you’re likely wondering what in the world I’m talking about now. Whelp if you’re curious here is a little info. According to Dysautonomia International: “Dysautonomia is an umbrella term used to describe several different medical conditions that cause …

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Researcher is Stepping in and Stepping up for MECFS

Much like the rest of us in the chronic illness community, I use social media to stay abreast of the latest and greatest in medical advances. Thankfully there are some awesome advocates out there, who share their knowledge, not only for free, but also in layman’s terms. I count this as a blessing, and sometimes …

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What are you thankful for?

Do you ever spend time really focusing on the goodness in your life? I know, I know that sounds all ‘self-helpy’, but bear with me. There’s a Ted Talk that says that focusing on at least one good thing a day helps rewire your brain to automatically see more goodness in life. I don’t know …

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

Welcome! Thank you for stopping by to see what’s new in my world. This month I’ve decided to dedicate my Tuesday blogs to sharing the truth about how chronic illness has impacted my life over the last five years. You’re probably thinking…but isn’t that what you already do? Well, yes and no. What I’ve never …

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