Ten realistic New Year Goals for people living with chronic illness.
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20 Most Popular Fibromyalgia And Arthritis Disabled Diva Blog Posts of 2020
Make 2021 your year with The Disabled Diva’s 20 most popular fibromyalgia and arthritis posts of 2020 covering everything from pain relief to everyday challenges that these chronic illnesses create.
Living with Fibromyalgia and Psoriatic Arthritis: Starting 2020 Off With a Bang!
Living with fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis is strange. Who knew that after a rough ending to 2019 that I would enter 2020 with a bang! Find out why in my latest health update!
Kickstart 2020 by Replacing These Common Toxic Products
Are you ready to kickstart 2020 by ridding your bathroom cabinet of toxic products and replacing them with healthier versions? One of the biggest changes I made was swapping out some of my toxic products with natural and organic options.
How failure to succeed with one goal led to success with another!
Weekly Recap 1/5/2019
Weekly recap: Say Goodbye to 2018 My New Year’s Wish For You! Quit or Modify? The Choice is Yours! Two Things You Must Know About Planning The Disabled Diva’s Winter Workout Challenge
My New Year’s Wish For You!
As we begin a new chapter in our lives, I want to share my wish for you. My wish is quite simple, yet at the same time most complicated.
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.
2018 Will Be a Fabulous Year If…
I don’t have a crystal ball nor can I predict the future, but I know that 2018 will be a fabulous year for all of us as long as we don’t fall into one of the following traps. Trap #1: Fixating on what went wrong in 2017. We can’t move forward if all we areContinue reading “2018 Will Be a Fabulous Year If…”
The only New Year’s resolution that I have ever kept and why you should try it
Do you make New Year resolutions? How many of them did you keep? In the past I would vow to lose weight, quit a bad habit, or to do something that I didn’t really want to do and always failed. Why did I fail?