New Patient Preparations For People With Complex Chronic Illnesses

New year, new you?! Nah, me neither. Same me, but I’m okay with that. 😊 If you’re a regular around here you already know that I FINALLY experienced the 'final straw' and decided to switch to a new network for a new PCP, and hopefully new rheumatologist (if I ever ask you for anything it …

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What is your funniest holiday memory?

Well hi, thanks for popping by today! As you may or may not know this month’s Tuesday blog posts are dedicated to asking one light-hearted question. I have to confess, thinking up these questions was much easier in theory. 😊 Trying to be all inclusive has been the biggest challenge, but yep, always a but …

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What do you consider your greatest strength?

Can you believe how quickly this year is flying by? Hard to believe next year is 2020. As we zoom into, and through, the holidays, I’m going to try to keep things lite here. Let’s face it, the holidays are already jam packed with emotions, for everyone. So, for the rest of the year, unless …

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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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What you see Vs. What you don’t see

You know those days, the ones where blogging feels like an insurmountable feat? On those days I take to google for ideas, in hopes that surely a clever blogger out there has shared a list of witty writers-block blog ideas; eventually I stumble across something that clicks. The truth is, in one sentence, and then …

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