A World Changing Course – Entering The Unknown

The World is dealing with the unknown. We are all dealing with the unknown. Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is taking us on a journey we have never experienced before, certainly not in our lifetimes. Ultimately we are having to deal with change on a huge scale. Change causes fear and fear causes responses in ourselves and … Continue reading A World Changing Course – Entering The Unknown

Letting Go Of What You Think Life “Should Be”

"Happiness is letting go of what you think your life is supposed to look like, and celebrating it for everything that it is" – Mandy Hale What an insightful quote! There is so much simplicity to it yet it is full of depth and wisdom. When we live with Chronic Illness, it's very easy to … Continue reading Letting Go Of What You Think Life “Should Be”

Chronic Illness And The Ups And Downs of Every Day Life!

I love turning over the calendar at the beginning of a new month. I have a pretty wall calendar in my study so I can anticipate revealing a new picture on the 1st day. It's a symbolic act in some regards, of saying goodbye to the old month, the good and the bad. I like … Continue reading Chronic Illness And The Ups And Downs of Every Day Life!

This One Is All About Handling Lemons

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 This One Is All About Handling Lemons

A Case Of Chronic Illness Overload

You know how it feels to be watching a really sad movie, or reading an emotionally charged book, and you just need a break from it.....well, at the moment, I feel the same writing about chronic illness. In particular, I'm sick of my own sickness story. I need to push pause, change the channel, read … Continue reading A Case Of Chronic Illness Overload