It’s no secret I love writing. Throughout my career the thing I loved the most was communication, both written and verbal. To me communication is about connecting, making connections, renewing connections, allowing people into my life. It's certainly been my goal with blogging and writing articles, for a number of publications, including The Mighty My … Continue reading The Joy Of Journaling
After a week of appointments and feeling absolutely shattered, I looked at my calendar for the next day and it revealed a blank page. I breathed a huge sigh of relief. Most of my days are a blank page. This particular week had been an exception to the rule and I was suffering for it. … Continue reading Climbing Mountains With My Chronic Illness Friends
How do you continue to live life to the full when your health limits everything you do? How do you cope with waiting for a reprieve in symptoms when the reality is, no reprieve is coming? I’m not going to say there are easy answers to these questions because there definitely are not. It’s hard. … Continue reading A Full And Fulfilled Chronic Illness Life
As 2019 is coming to a close, I have been reflecting on my writing year. I've so enjoyed blogging plus writing articles for The Mighty So this blog post is simply to say "Thank you"! Thank you for reading. Thank you for sharing my work on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook. Thank you for reaching out … Continue reading Thank You To All My Readers….My Top 2019 Blog Posts And Articles As Voted By You!!
Have you looked at your Calendar at the start of a month and thought to yourself, " What on earth was I thinking. I can't possibly do all that!" I'm sure I'm not alone in this exclamation. As I scrolled through my calendar on my phone for the month ahead, I felt physically sick. It … Continue reading Calendar Chaos
For those of us with Chronic Diseases, who are disabled to a point where getting out and about is difficult, our phones can be our lifeline. Many of us can no longer work and have given up exciting and rewarding careers because of our health.
Connecting with others through blogging, writing, managing or participating in online support forums, provides opportunities to connect with the wider community, in a meaningful way, from our homes or hospital beds.
When living with chronic illness, goals need to be achievable but they also need to be something we are passionate about. Something that drives us to want to achieve them.
As Christmas and year end comes around, I’m in a reflective mood. It’s been a great year for me from a writing perspective. I've enjoyed networking with other bloggers within the chronic illness blogging community. I've also connected this year outside of the chronic illness world, with lovely Christian women through Grace Girls and the … Continue reading My Writing Year In Review
2018 RDBlog Week Sign Up Page is ready!!
It’s nearly time for #RDblogweek. My FB Forum, Medical Musings with Friends, is very excited to be a sponsor this year.
If you have Rheumatoid Arthritis and are a blogger, we’d love you to sign up and join in the fun!!💞💞
I’m re-blogging my round up of last years RA blog week. It might just help wet your appetite for this years event
This week I’ve had the pleasure of participating in the Annual RA Blog Week. It’s a wonderful event for bloggers from around the world to share their insights on what it’s like living with Rheumatoid Arthritis & often other associated autoimmune diseases.
Each day of the week a topic is chosen for bloggers to write about. On the last day of the week we are asked to highlight some of the great blogs we have read during the blogging event.
This year I can’t choose. I was really impressed with the varying writing styles & insights that each blogger brought to the event.
So, I’ve decided to highlight & applaud everyone 😊
Below are the topics for each day of the week. If you click on the topic title for each day it will take you to the most inspiring & awesome blogs.
Monday September 25, 2017
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