Tag: life

In Pursuit of Hope, Magic, and Better Days

The continuing saga of life with rheumatoid arthritis.

Unleash Your Secret Super Power

I have a secret. I’ve suspected for a long while now, but until recently, still had some doubts. Having worked through those, I am now sure. Want to know my secret?

Riding the roller-coaster called life

I feel like a five year old after a long day at Disney. I’m tired, I’m cranky, the amusement park visit has been way too much for me and I’m ready for some rest!

Science, what is it good for?

What is science? Is it the great argument end-er that we are looking for or yet another reason to spark debate?

Anxious ME

I’m a nervous mess, and it’s my own fault! There, I said it. Out loud. That’s right, I’m a ball of anxiety this week. Almost entirely self-inflicted anxiety. I made the choice to step out of my comfort zone, and now, here I am… Continue Reading “Anxious ME”

My Tribe

There are good ships, and there are wood ships, The ships that sail the sea. But the best ships, are friendships, And may they always be. -Irish Proverb In a life that has gone anything but straight and easy, I am incredibly blessed by… Continue Reading “My Tribe”

What does depression look like?

“Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad.” ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I have been seeing these post on social media, probably for a couple of years now. The more… Continue Reading “What does depression look like?”

You Are What You Eat

“The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not.” –Mark Twain You are what you eat. I’m sorry, it’s true. I agree, I want to just eat all… Continue Reading “You Are What You Eat”

Foggy Days

“And when the fog’s over and the stars and the moon come out at night it’ll be a beautiful sight.”– Jack Kerouac I woke up in a fog this morning. Not outside, outside is bright and sunny and cold as can be! The fog… Continue Reading “Foggy Days”

The art of Taking Stock

  “Without proper self-evaluation, failure is inevitable.”  John Wooden   When I was first diagnosed with a chronic disease, I have to admit, I was quite naive. No, naive is definitely not a word that fits me (HA!) I guess what I really mean… Continue Reading “The art of Taking Stock”

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