A year ago this week, my mother lost her husband. They had been married less than five years but they made the absolute most of every minute they had together. Theirs was a great love story. Joe was a special person. Sometimes people say that to be nice after someone dies, but he was truly… Continue reading A Lesson in Grief
I want to thank Angela at Wakening Life for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award. I was planning to share cheeky Halloween jokes this week but I couldn't forgo this because I was so honoured to be nominated. These awards are a fun and important opportunity to recognize and connect with more bloggers. I… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
The germs are a-coming! As we approach colder weather and months spent mainly indoors, all the bacteria are getting ready to party, waiting for those unsuspecting souls who will help spread the news and invite those snot-making, cough-producing little buggers into your home and mine. Having a chronic illness means that a simple cold can… Continue reading Tips for staying healthy in cold and flu season
Another wonderful post by Grace at MS Graceful…Not with suggestions of MS bloggers to follow for inspiration. So honoured to be included. I highly recommend all her suggestions, wonderful bloggers, you should check them out if you haven’t already. xo
Last week I shared, my list of Not your Typical Blogger Awards recommendations. I mentioned in the post that I also had recommendations for chronic illness bloggers that were inspirational and motivating that I would share if requested.
As I continued to reread posts from February of last year, I realized that I had completely forgotten that not only did I actually write a little about MS in February, but I also made a video about being newly diagnosed> I was also fortunate enough to have some of those very same inspirational and motivational bloggers do guest posts on my blog. Their names and links to their blogs can be found here.
I would like to add a few of the chronic illness bloggers that I have also begun following since that post was written that I also find very motivating and helpful.
First is Terri, from Reclaiming…
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I wake up slightly hungover and more than ready to get home. Strung out after four days facing my own anxiety and the fact that some women never leave high school, I need some serious solitude. I phone a cab and wait outside in the crisp morning air, dying for coffee. The cab pulls up… Continue reading Grant, the cabbie has the cure!