July Fitness Buddy Challenge: Stay on Target!

Stay on target! Have you joined The Disabled Diva’s Fitness Buddy group on Facebook? If not, it is time you joined the fun! Current members, scroll below to read this month’s challenge rules. This group is for anyone who needs a little accountability and encouragement to help them stick to their fitness goals.  You couldContinue reading “July Fitness Buddy Challenge: Stay on Target!”

June Fitness Buddy Challenge: For the Love of You!

This month’s challenge is titled The Love Of You! Everything we do this month is to do something that shows love for you and your body.

May Fitness Buddy Challenge: May The Force Be With Us!

This group is for anyone who needs a little accountability and encouragement to help them stick to their fitness goals. You could have fibromyalgia, an autoimmune disease, arthritis, diabetes, MS, or any other chronic illness. In fact, you don’t even need to be ill. I needed motivation and encouragement before I was chronically ill just as much as I do now!

Attitude Awareness Challenge

Have you been feeling a little more prickly than normal? Chronic pain or life in general have you feeling down? Join my fitness buddies and I as we get an attitude adjustment this week in The Disabled Diva’s Fitness Buddies group on Facebook.  Click here to join, because our bodies aren’t the only thing thatContinue reading “Attitude Awareness Challenge”

What if Cinderella had retrieved her glass slipper?

You won’t move forward or enjoy life until you are ready to leave the past behind

Start the New Year with a New Attitude Towards Yourself

Dish’n with The Disabled Diva Podcast season 2 kicked off on Jan. 13, 2018. Listen in as my co-host Shane and I discuss negative thoughts, the destructive impact they have on your life, and why we think you are a WINNER!  You will also find out how you can enter to win a copy ofContinue reading “Start the New Year with a New Attitude Towards Yourself”

How I Dominated Thanksgiving Even Though Nothing Went as Planned

Dominating your chronic life isn’t about doing everything you want, it’s about being pleased with what you could do. Find out how I dominated Thanksgiving weekend even thought nothing went as planned.

Why You Need to Treat Yourself!

Do you feel unworthy of having fun or enjoying life because of the time your chronic illnesses force you to spend in bed?  In my latest vlog I share why you need to stop punishing yourself for the crimes your chronic illnesses have made and instead start rewarding yourself

Spring Cleaning Your Chronic Life: Scrub Away Negative Thoughts

Are negative thoughts taking up space in your mind? Find out why they are keeping you from living a better life and what you can do about it.

My life summed up by a deck of cards

My life summed up by a deck of cards Part of my bedtime ritual includes playing solitaire.  Solitaire card games serve as a distraction from pain and the millions of thoughts rambling around my brain.  I have three favorite games; FreeCell, Pyramid, and Classic Solitaire.  The game I choose to play each night depends uponContinue reading “My life summed up by a deck of cards”

Being a patient means having to practice patience

Being a patient means having to practice patience <Previous post   Next post> This is part three in my quest for abdominal pain relief. Missed a post? Click here to start from the beginning. My appointment with the general surgeon went better than I expected.  The main reason for this was that he actually listened.  NotContinue reading “Being a patient means having to practice patience”

Time-Out

It’s been a rough day.  I was woken up this morning by intense abdominal, leg, and back muscle spasms.  Tears rolled down my cheeks as each wave of spasms squeezed tightly.  As the day progressed, their frequency decreased, which has allowed me to rest.  In addition to this my stomach feels as though it isContinue reading “Time-Out”

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