Coping

Days Are Long, Years Are Short

Hey all! "Days are long, years are short." Have you ever heard that saying before? I first heard it when my chiropractor was talking to my mom about it and used that saying to describe what it is like having babies. Even though I have heard it mostly associated  with motherhood/fatherhood, I think it fits… Continue reading Days Are Long, Years Are Short

Motivation/Inspo

Invincible

She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She walked with the universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings.– Ariana Dancu A great quote for your Wednesday! The people that continue to battle, what may look to most as effortlessly, through tough times are my biggest inspirations. We… Continue reading Invincible

Coping, General

“I’m Sorry, I Can’t”

One of the most frustrating thing with chronic illness is making plans. For me, I know I need to make plans or else I will never leave my room but I also know there's a good chance those plans will have to be modified or cancelled. Contrary to popular belief, it's not because I don't… Continue reading “I’m Sorry, I Can’t”

Coping, General

“I’m Tired”

It means I'm exhausted. I physically and mentally can't do anything anymore. The thought of moving a limb or even blinking seems impossible. It means I'm in so much pain (mentally, physically, sometimes both) that I no longer feel like I can continue living life. I can't cover up the pain anymore or control it.… Continue reading “I’m Tired”