100 Days of Gratitude

*This is a sponsored post for Self Care Catalysts. I have been compensated through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. All opinions remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.* A couple days ago, instead of waking up slowly and peacefully, I was suddenly jolted awake by the realization that the … Continue reading 100 Days of Gratitude


Care to be Aware

When people look at me, when my feeding tube is covered and PICC line neatly tucked away, when I'm not carrying around a backpack containing a pump and my tube feed formula that keeps me alive everyday, when I'm not relying on my cane or a wheelchair to get around, I look like a normal, … Continue reading Care to be Aware