Ten realistic New Year Goals for people living with chronic illness.
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The Disabled Diva’s Fitness Buddy October Challenge – Scaring up healthy habits for your body and mind!
This month we are scaring up healthy habits! No tricks just a bag full of treats for your body and mind.
Love Every Move and Stretch You Make
February is the perfect month to declare how much you love every move your body makes despite the challenges your chronic illness creates. Learn to forgive your body when fibromyalgia, arthritis, endometriosis, or another debilitating disease places limitations on your physical abilities.
How failure to succeed with one goal led to success with another!
Two Things You Must Know About Planning
Do you feel that your chronic illness or other aspects of life make it difficult to make and keep plans?
There are two important things to keep in mind when making plans. Find out what they are and how you can become a successful planner no matter what life throws at you!
Quit or Modify? The Choice is Yours!
Let’s get real, even life without a painful chronic illness can be difficult, but throw in an incurable injury or illness and it can be enough to make anyone want to throw in the towel.
Say Goodbye to 2018
As we bid this year farewell to 2018, I want to share a little exercise to help you enter the new year with a can do attitude!
Resolutions without plans are just words
Don’t dream about a better year, create it! Make an action plan to start making those dreams come true.
Choices That Reflect Acceptance of a Chronic Illness
Have you accepted your chronic illness? I mean really accepted it??!! Because, if you haven’t, you are most likely making your life harder than it has to be and increasing your pain in the process.
Use Your Words
“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.
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
“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.
Baby steps are better than NO steps!
One thing I have to remind myself of daily is that I didn’t get where I am overnight. But with one baby step at a time I am getting closer to my goals! Find out how I am doing it and how you can too!
Fighting a Chronic Nightmare
Fighting a Chronic Nightmare Nightmares often trigger unwanted emotions. They may startle us, make us anxious, or terrify us. Our first instinct may be to distract ourselves by thinking about something else. However, through the many years of my life I have found dissecting and analyzing them to be more helpful and to my surpriseContinue reading “Fighting a Chronic Nightmare”
An Extra Fabulous New Year
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”
Dominate Your Chronic Life
Has your chronic illness taken over your life? Find out how you can get back into the driver’s seat and start dominating your chronic life!
Say Goodbye to Yesterday
How often do you utter the words or think “I just want my old life back” or “I wish I could do what I used to”? Do those thoughts comfort you? They didn’t comfort me; in fact they did the opposite.
Arisen Strength Interview
I am excited to announce that I am Shane’s guest this week on Arisen Strength Motivational Podcast. Listen in as we discuss living with a purpose and touch upon some hot topics in the chronic community. Click on the picture above to listen in! Wishing you a week filled with many reasons to smile, TheContinue reading “Arisen Strength Interview”