This is your reminder that it's okay feel conflicted on Mother's Day. Whatever that might mean for you. Maybe your relationship is strained. Maybe your mom is no longer with you. Maybe you've gone no contact. And maybe- there are other mother figures in your life you'd like to celebrate. Don't forget it isn't always … Continue reading It’s Okay to Feel Conflicted on Mother’s Day
Your voice. It matters. Yeah- it definitely does. Your voice. Your (respectful) opinion. You story. Your experiences. It all matters. (Not my image) It can shape things. It can make other people feel like they’re not alone by creating more "me too's." Maybe you feel like it’s just you- but I promise- it’s not true. When you … Continue reading Your Story & Your Voice Matters
I usually say traveling alone. But that sounds lonely. And it absolutely is NOT lonely at all. So I'll say traveling solo! Personally. I LOVE SOLO TRAVEL. It's my favorite. I got my first real experience of traveling solo when I studied abroad- specifically for half of my week trip to London and my trip … Continue reading 5 Reasons I Love Solo Travel
Woah- my diabetes turns 17 today, and this month my blog turns 4. Wait- I’ve had T1D for 17 years? 17 years ago- when I was 7- after being sick for months... we finally had our answer? Wow. And I’ve been blogging for 4 years? Kind of blows my mind- especially the blogging part- especially … Continue reading 17 Years of Diabadass-ery? AND the Blog Turns 4? Time Flies!
A few weeks ago, someone reached out to me about submitting a photo and information about my nightstand. Her name is Emma Jones! Wait... what? Yes- that's correct folks! Submit a photo of my nightstand. But- there's a reason! It's pretty fantastic! "What’s on your nightstand? If you live with a chronic illness, your nightstand … Continue reading Unicorn Lamps, Chronic Illness, and Nightstands