Category Archives: Finding Your Voice

Bad Moments…Not Bad Days

It’s no secret that things have been rough for me lately. Not only have I had to face one of my biggest fears, but I have been surrounded by it. Having to go through an agency to meet my caregiving … Continue reading

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Stay Loud!

For the last few years, I have routinely said that I didn’t think I would ever get a tattoo. It’s not that I don’t like them. On the contrary. Several tattoos I have seen are exceptionally cool. Rather, my hesitation … Continue reading

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100 Posts…Have I Changed the World?

When I first started my blog on July 6th, 2012, I expected, in my small way, to change the world. At first, I knew I wanted to write about my experience living with my various diagnoses.  I wanted to explore … Continue reading

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Staying Home

Some people talk about how much they love the night life or going out and about exploring their world.  I have friends who wait for weeks in eager anticipation for the latest movie premiere or to try a new restaurant … Continue reading

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