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Why I am getting off the fear train

Life is for living, not for cowering in fear. Read on to find out what that means to me.

The Fear Train

Is it just me or is the general state of the world a little hard to handle right now?  The list of people I can currently have a conversation about the state of the world with, without anyone getting fairly upset, is at an… Continue Reading “The Fear Train”

Advocating for health

Are you an advocate for health?  If you have been diagnosed with a chronic condition, or you are suffering from an undiagnosed mystery illness, you are going to need to be.  The fact is, no one cares about how badly you are doing or… Continue Reading “Advocating for health”

Newly Diagnosed? What you need to know about Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably recently been told you have Rheumatoid Arthritis.  If you’ve just joined the millions of people in the world with RA you probably have a lot of questions.  I know I certainly did.  If you’re anything like me, you’ve… Continue Reading “Newly Diagnosed? What you need to know about Rheumatoid Arthritis”

Staying Calm in an anxious world

Well, there is no doubt about it, the level of anxiety and fear in the world today is the highest it has been in decades.  Not since 911 have I seen this level of uncertainty in fellow Americans.  With restrictions and measures to control… Continue Reading “Staying Calm in an anxious world”

Thriving during a quarantine

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ve heard the national response to the outbreak of a new virus amongst our population, COVID-19.  As the government imposes ever increasing restrictions, shutdowns, and even a few state-wide lock downs, more and more people are finding… Continue Reading “Thriving during a quarantine”

Preparing for quarantine

As the panic spreads, with an infection rate 1000 times that of COVID 19, two things have become increasingly clear.  One the average American is not prepared for a minor emergency that might leave them shut in and/or out of work for two weeks. … Continue Reading “Preparing for quarantine”

It’s not too late to reach your goals: redefining that new year’s resolution for success

Here we are, almost ¼ of the way through the new year already!  How are those New Year’s resolutions going?  If you are like most people, they are all but forgotten.  In fact, studies show that approximately 80% of resolutions set at the new… Continue Reading “It’s not too late to reach your goals: redefining that new year’s resolution for success”

How chronic illness changed my parenting style

“Do you need a glass of water Mom?”  The question, from my youngest son is no surprise, he’s a very kind little man.  His response to my answer of no, however, does take me a bit by surprise.  “You never need me to get… Continue Reading “How chronic illness changed my parenting style”

11 Tips for Treating Arthritis Hand Pain

Swollen joints, stiff fingers, a dull throbbing ache, if this describes your hands you are one of the millions of Americans living with arthritic hand pain. You are not alone, according to Reuters an estimated 40% of people will experience arthritis in their hands… Continue Reading “11 Tips for Treating Arthritis Hand Pain”

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