Living with a chronic illness can be challenging, both physically and emotionally. Acceptance is one way to combat these challenges, so keep reading to learn how to embrace this practice to live life more joyfully – despite your illness or condition. Learn how in this blog post!
Are you new to living with chronic illness or pain, and wondering how you’ll get used to all the changes that being a spoonie brings? In this blog post, I’ll be sharing my story from fighting against my chronic illness to learning the practice of adaptability, and why I’m making that my personal and business focus for 2023.
In this season of gift-giving, why not support Businesses Owned By Chronically Ill & Disabled Entrepreneurs? This post shares 10 awesome shops by and for those with chronic illness & disabilities, to give you ideas for shopping small and making a difference in the lives of spoonies.
Looking for great gift ideas for your chronically ill loved one? Look no further than this guide round-up! The Thriving Spoonie has 21 of the most amazing guides to help you find the perfect gift for your chronically ill loved one.
When your health is so unpredictable, routines provide a level of comfort because they offer some predictability and stability, and can help you be more self-sufficient. Head to the blog to learn the best secrets to creating routines when chronically ill, and how they can support you in thriving through chronic illness.
Here are the 15 things that I wish I knew when I was diagnosed with a chronic illness. I’m sharing these in the hopes that if you’re newly diagnosed, you’ll get some of the emotional support I wish I had at that time.
I’m sharing 10 things people with IIH wish you knew, offering you a glimpse into the reality of living with the rare and chronic condition. By learning more about what your friends and loved ones with this, or any other, chronic condition deals with, you can better position yourself to offer effective support and be a true ally.
Because of my personal growth work and daily practices, I’m able to sort of make being sick my spiritual practice and to see it as a teacher and guide. In this blog post, I’m sharing the biggest lessons my chronic illness has taught me so far.
I help those with chronic illness and pain develop the skills to live life by design – not by diagnosis.
When I'm not blogging & connecting with other spoonies on social media, you can find me playing Animal Crossing, crocheting while watching TV with my hubby, or with my nose in a good book.
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