31 Days of Surviving Chronic Illness || Day One

surviving chronic illness

Each October The Nesting Place (aka: The Nester) hosts a challenge called 31 Days Of... in which bloggers/writers commit to posting one new article each day about any topic of their choice. The first year I participated I wrote for 31 Days on "The Simple Things."  It was a pretty tough challenge but I truly loved the practice of writing for one straight month.  And "simple things" was a fun and easy topic.

So this year I'm participating again, this time on a subject that has been pressing on my heart for quite some time.  I knew I needed to share some of these things with my readers but I wasn't quite sure how to go about it and then the 31 Days Of challenge provided the perfect venue.

My topic of choice this year is 31 Days Of Surviving Chronic Illness.  It's a more serious topic than I've tackled before but my hope is that it will be informative and encouraging for those who are suffering from chronic illness or have loved ones that do. The series will run October 1st through October 31st.

I hope you will follow along on this 31 day journey with me.  If you know someone who is suffering from chronic pain or illness, please share this series with them, I will provide several sharing links as we progress through the month.  And if anyone has any questions or a subject they would like more information on please, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you for sharing this journey with me, y'all really are the best.

22 thoughts on “31 Days of Surviving Chronic Illness || Day One

  1. Here is a subject near and dear to my heart. I'm bookmarking so that I remember to visit to see what you write. Thank you for sharing this series. It's tough to stand so vulnerable in front of strangers, but it's also very, very freeing.

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  5. openyoureyeshudsonvalleyLisa

    i was diagnosed with lupus at 29 but I have reversed it with my diet, and that amazes me I am still interested in reading your posts.

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