Love is stupid! It never works out anyhow. It’s not worth it. How to chip away at all the lies you’ve been telling yourself.
How failure to succeed with one goal led to success with another!
“You are so much fun.” My friend said that to me…….my brain processed her words slowly. I heard them, but I didn’t truly digest them until later. Ever since they’ve regularly echoed in my mind and heart and made me smile.
When you shimmy into that swimsuit to play with your kids, think, “We’re going to have so much fun today!”, instead of, “Ugh, my huge thighs are so ugly!!”. This is a struggle for me every time I put on my swimsuit…..
You might think you are comparing apples to apples when you compare your abilities with someone who has the same chronic illness, but it’s not that simple……
“I wish I was as motivated as you.” Motivation can fade. Motivation is a feeling, and there’s going to be many times where you’re “just not feelin’ it”. We’re human. Life happens.
This month is often when people start thinking about doing some deep-cleaning and a purging of household junk, but when you have a chronic illness, this can be a daunting thought. Spring cleaning can be a PAIN, literally and otherwise!
Depending on where you live, six more weeks of winter may mean being stuck inside for a few more weeks. Here are some suggestions to keep your body moving without having to go outside.
Guest Post Written By Donna Yearyean New year, new you? I bet you’re pretty fantastic just as you are, but we all have room for growth and improvement! Do you make New Year’s resolutions? I have some in mind that will make this year extra fabulous if you make them happen. Listen to your innerContinue reading “An Extra Fabulous New Year”
This post contains affiliate links. Meaning that, at no additional cost to you, I earn a commission from sales. Guest Post Written By Abigail Covert If you’re like me and suffer from anxiety the holidays can be a pretty stressful time of year. Here’s a few tips to avoid stress this holiday season. 1. AvoidContinue reading “Three Ways to Prevent an Anxiety Attack During the Holidays”
So many articles about the holidays talk about surviving the holidays. My wish for you (and myself) is thriving, not just surviving, throughout the holiday season. The holidays create perfect conditions for a……..
This week our guest Diva Cristy shares Seven Strategies to Not Overindulge During Holidays
Has your undiagnosed or diagnosed chronic pain been blamed on your weight? Elysha is experiencing exactly that. Find out what her doctors are saying in her latest post.
Four Things You Don’t Know About Me Guest Post Written By Abigail Covert Now, I figured that I should probably take a break from yelling “comfortable” and actually tell you guys a bit about me. So, buckle up because you’re about to hear how nerdy I really am. 1. I really love robots, I mean REALLYContinue reading “Four Things You Don’t Know About Me”
Everyone has limitations and roadblocks for exercising, but they can loom large when you’re struggling with a chronic illness. Don’t throw in the towel, though…. You’re going to need it after you conquer your exercise goals!
Need a mental health break? Henry Moore from FitWellTraveler.com shares how a vacation can improve your mental health.
The two leaders in Disneyland apps are Mousewait, and the official Disneyland app. Both have their strengths and weaknesses, but which is best? On our last trip to Disneyland and DCA, I put the two apps to the test head to head. Here are the results of the Test
When I found out I was accepted into 23andme’s depression/bipolar study, I was excited! Not only would I get to be part of a study that could have a huge positive impact for generations of people with those conditions, but I also would get
If you’ve experienced emotional abuse, the following post could be potentially triggering……Growing up in an emotionally dysfunctional family, I didn’t learn healthy skills for coping, communication, or relationships. What was modeled for me (and done to me) was ….
Choosing a Halloween costume can be difficult when living with a painful chronic illness. Today Abi shares how she solved her dress up dilemma.