Taking Time to Reflect

Turning off Netflix and listening to the silence filling the room, can be so relaxing. Suddenly the birds outside can be heard tweeting, rather than Twitter chirping at you with a notification on your phone.

What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do!

(Including a Health Update) Sometimes the path ahead in life can seem a little unclear. Sometimes we are faced with a range of life choices, almost too many, which often complicate matters and require a great deal of thought….too much thought!! Sometimes we have limited choices, none of which are particularly helpful, so instead of … Continue reading What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do!

Part Two of My Interview as a Guest on, “I Am Not My Pain Podcast”, with Host Melissa Adams

I am so excited to share part two of my interview with Melissa on her podcast, "I Am Not My Pain Podcast". In case you missed part one, which includes my introduction to Melissa and how we met, here is the link to my blog post containing everything you need to know, including the Podcast … Continue reading Part Two of My Interview as a Guest on, “I Am Not My Pain Podcast”, with Host Melissa Adams

Don’t Miss the Mini Gifts and Miracles in Your Life

Sometimes, all I need is a teaspoon of hope in the form of mini miracles.Living with a chronic disease reminds me of some of my previous plane trips. I’d start off full of nervous anticipation, with a little fear of what lay ahead once on board. There were some smooth passages and then all of … Continue reading Don’t Miss the Mini Gifts and Miracles in Your Life

My Latest Podcast…The Virtual Book Tour Postponed

Thank You For Listening For those of you who have been listening to my Podcast….thank you so much. I just reached 3000 listens!! I'm so new to Podcasting but I spoke to a well established Podcaster in the US yesterday, Melissa Adams, who has weekly Podcast episodes on her own Podcast channel, "I Am Not … Continue reading My Latest Podcast…The Virtual Book Tour Postponed

Let’s Make Some Lemonade!

We all know the saying; "When life gives you lemons, use them to make lemonade" It conjures up the notion of strength, determination, optimism, resourcefulness, resilience. All characteristics I've drawn on to deal with the "chronic illness lemons" continuously thrown at me. My lemons often feel like tennis balls in one of those practice machines. … Continue reading Let’s Make Some Lemonade!