Chronic Illness

6 Reasons Not to Use Social Media to Compare Yourself to Others

6 Reasons Not to Use Social Media to Compare Yourself to Others

Good Morning, Readers! I’ve now written about 40+ posts while still trying to get my website up and running for others to see, but I have to say, this topic is by far one of the most important apart from spreading awareness about various diseases/injuries […]

3 Tips on How to Manage the Grieving Stage

3 Tips on How to Manage the Grieving Stage

Good morning. It’s been some time since I’ve written a new post. Winter has a habit of bringing some very unwanted gifts without the option to return it. The evening of Christmas, I was watching a movie with my boyfriend when I began feeling extremely […]

5 Things to Remember When Reality Hits

5 Things to Remember When Reality Hits

Good Morning, Readers! I’d like to begin today’s discussion by acknowledging that: I am not God and I cannot and should not have the crazy mindset that It’s my responsibility to solve every problem. 

One Step Forward, Two Steps back

One Step Forward, Two Steps back

Good Evening, Readers. I have to admit, every time I hear this quote, the first thing I think of is: “now what?” It makes sense that when someone says they take “one step forward and two steps back,” it’s never a good sign. My goal […]

5 Things to Keep in Mind When the Holidays Turn You Into a Grinch

5 Things to Keep in Mind When the Holidays Turn You Into a Grinch

It’s true that I have published an earlier blog post on the upcoming holiday season as well as pointers on how to get through them putting your health first. What I didn’t include were suggestions on what can be done if the weeks leading up to […]

The Dreadful Disability Decision

The Dreadful Disability Decision

Good morning world and all who inhabit it! #SpongebobFTW My last posting was published on the 14th of November. So, what have I been doing all this time? Well, I’ve recovered and I’ve worked very diligently on my website for Strengthening the Muscle of Faith. […]

Frustrating Facts about Fatigue

Frustrating Facts about Fatigue

Good afternoon fellow Spoonies. How many of you get called lazy because you suffer with fatigue all the time? There’s a big difference between the two. Lazy signifies that you have a choice in whether you do a task. Having fatigue means that choice is […]

Truths On Trying Days

Truths On Trying Days

Good morning. It’s exceedingly early to be awake on a Sunday. I have so many thoughts in my head that it’s literally overflowing to the point where I’m unable to sleep as well as fighting a migraine. Most of my blogs that I write are […]

How to Handle the Harrowing Holidays

How to Handle the Harrowing Holidays

Can I be honest with you guys today…I mean, extra honest? Cool beans: I hate holidays. Hate them with a passion. They became an inconvenience after my parents divorced because I always have to try fitting in both sides of my family and if I […]

Vitamin D3 Deficiency Making You SAD?

Vitamin D3 Deficiency Making You SAD?

Hot topic for today, readers: SAD (seasonal affective disorder). It’s cold…the sun has decided to take a hiatus… there’s nasty white stuff everywhere congesting roads…it’s cold. LOL. You get my drift. It’s a big thing in my family to be sure, but what is it […]