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Something New

Something New

This past week was bittersweet for me. I worked my last day at my job on Friday, and this upcoming Tuesday, I  begin my new job. I have managed to overdo it already though, and I am grateful I have Monday off to rest. I’ve  been pretty sore the past couple...

Change

Change

This past week was pretty good overall for me. It was busy, and unfortunately, I ended up having stomach problems  in the middle of the week. However, I’m doing better at the moment. Part of me wonders if I had food poisoning,  but for all I know, it was...

Sample Fun Facts for Card Swap

Sample Fun Facts for Card Swap

Hello Card Swappers! Here are some fun facts to give you inspiration for writing your own. As you can see, we have quite a diverse and eclectic group of illness warriors! So glad to have you join us! I am a jeweller so that makes me a total magpie! I love books, arty...

Chronic illness Always Finds a Way!

Chronic illness Always Finds a Way!

This past week at work wasn’t too bad actually. I know people laugh at me when I word it that way, but in all seriousness, it wasn’t bad. I had an overall "normal" paced work week with only a couple health issues regarding scoliosis flare ups and fibromyalgia flare...

Printable Cards for June

Printable Cards for June

Here are some cards to make this month's swap a little easier! 🙂 saw-a-rainbow-printable-cardDownload Here's a printable coloring sheet from our friend Jess of Totally Super Cute. you_are_awesome_coloring-pageDownload And here is a graphic that can be emailed or...

MENTALLY EXHAUSTED!

MENTALLY EXHAUSTED!

This week was a week more emotionally and mentally exhausting than physically. It was the type of week that left  me feeling down, but I’m hoping this upcoming week will be better.  I was only in a classroom for a couple days last week, so physically, it wasn’t...

Sick or Crashing?

Sick or Crashing?

It’s rough working while chronically ill. It’s even worse working while chronically ill during COVID-19.  Personally, the majority of COVID-19 symptoms is just what I deal with a lot of the time. I personally get low grade  fevers almost every afternoon—if...

Printable Cards for May

Printable Cards for May

Here are some cards to make Swapping easy this month!Thank you to Lisa for these printable cards... May-Flowers-Printable-CardDownload May-Printable-cardDownload and to JessV for the coloring page! JessVolinski-YouareAwesomeColoringPage3Download And here's a graphic...

It’s a Cane Week

It’s a Cane Week

Another work week is almost over, and I’m grateful it’s Thursday. This past week has been.. One of those weeks. I had a harder time at work and eventually had to use my cane at one point.I work at an early childhood development center of sorts, so we have paperwork we...

Primary Immune Deficiency Awareness

Primary Immune Deficiency Awareness

It's World PI Week! This is an exciting week of advocacy for those with Primary ImmuneDeficiencies! My name is Audrey, and I am a member of the Primary Immune DiseaseCommunity.250,000 people in America have been diagnosed with over 400 rare PI diseases...

COLLEGE BOUND with Adriel

COLLEGE BOUND with Adriel

Be able to go to college is a real blessing. Is the dream of many people to be able to move forwardtowards the future but also, have the opportunity to interact and socialize with others. However, noteveryone out there is the same. To everyone that does not know me,...

Living at 40%

Living at 40%

What a Week! And It’s Only Wednesday!  Working isn’t ever easy. Able bodied or chronically ill, it’s difficult. I’m here to share my experience and how I try  to make it from day to day. You can at least relate if nothing else!  This week has just been...

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