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Slice In The Avocados, Slice Out The Cost

Avocados are expensive, organic even pricier. We can slice out some of the cost and get our healthy fats at the same time.

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Which Are You Using, Wishbone or Backbone

I know this chronic illness stuff is for the birds because it has gone on so long and it is stinking hard. I know you are tired of it. I know it has exhausted your resources in every direction. There are days we wish it away. Be done, be gone!!!!! As much as we want to, we cannot wish it away. Even when we have put effort galore into it already, there is still more backbone to be done.

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Child Abuse or Common Sense

Have you ever been unjustly accused of child abuse and forced, by law, to ABUSE your children?? I have. Common sense told me not to pump unknown substances into my children, especially if I had to sign a waiver saying it might KILL them. Where is the common sense in that??? Court ordered to vaccinate my children was beyond my comprehension but it happened. As one of those parents faced with that legal reality, I could not be happier that others are finally speaking up, fighting back and making a difference in this situation.

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T.P. Funnies During Chronic Illness

Oh stars, how many toilet paper incidents can one ill person have?? How can we bare to be in public when we cannot even manage a trip to the bathroom??? Might as well laugh at myself through them…

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Drunk But Not

If you have been sick enough, long enough, chances are you have had a feeling of being drunk, even though you are not. I have heard of chronically ill people being pulled over, arrested, and then found out to be ill, not drunk. It is a miserable feeling and we have to deal with it when it happens.

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Our Unique Spirit

We all have unique spirits that makes the ride of chronic illness a bit different. When we find our unique spirit, we can ride through the healing journey instead of getting stuck in it. Do you know what your unique spirit is? When you find it, do you know how to use it for your own good?

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Too Ill For Treats? Take a Pink Peak

Tired of not being able to eat anything fun? There are times when we are so ill, that no amount of junk is worth it. We can still make it pink for Valentine’s Day and enjoy without any destructive ingredients that send us reeling backward with regret. Take a pink peak…

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Pink Food For Valentine’s Day

Since we are thinking pink, make food pink! Just because we are chronically ill does not mean we cannot enjoy the delicacies of rich food. Adding color, like pink, adds a reason to enjoy delicious food.

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Valentine’s Coffee

Can you even imagine someone bringing you coffee in bed for Valentine’s Day? Make it fun and nonreactive. While we are ill, even coffee can make us react and take the fun out of a kind gesture. An chronically ill Valentine does not mean a deprived Valentine.

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Valentine’s Cards, Keep it FREE and Easy

If you still have not picked out your Valentine’s cards, you still can. Keeping it FREE and easy makes it affordable and doable through the years of chronic illness.

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