New Years is a great time to regroup, especially for those who have chronic illness. It is a good milestone to measure progress and try new beginnings. Continue reading Chronic Illness New Year’s Resolutions
The holidays create some push through. While we are chronically ill, everything takes more effort, creating more pushing to do the basic things, like holidays. Time to take a deep breath and rest. Do we even know how to rest? Our current culture has taught us how to push through everything. What are our resting skills? Continue reading Learn How to Rest, You Already Know How to Push Through
It is Christmas time and mulled wine can sound divine to many. Yes, the debate on alcohol and illness/health/morals will continue to the end of the ages. If you are one who partakes, enjoy the health benefits of spices and CLEAN red wine. Continue reading Mulled Wine While Chronically Ill
It is Christmas time, a time for gifts. This one is FREE to anyone who wants to click on the FREE one-click Christmas PDF gifts. Yes, there are more than one. Maybe even more than two… Continue reading Grab Your FREE One-Click Christmas Gifts
Stop and see Hibiscus’ beautiful deep pinks and reds. The colors change as the flower blooms and then as it dries. You might call it lipstick-pink to ruby-red or some may say maroon-colored. Use this delicious color for the mood of Valentine’s Day.
Party-friendly healthy treat. Enjoy the fun of eating healthy with chia, chocolate pudding, and mandarins. Continue reading Chia Pudding & Mandarin Oranges
This particular Sunday is Christmas Eve. Slowing down for Christmas Eve just does not sound reasonable. As we work our way through chronic illness, we just cannot go at full speed. What would happen if you strategically placed a chair in the midst of the excitement area and camped out? With all the hub-bub, no one might even notice how still you are. Continue reading Slow Sundays – Christmas Eve