Last week, I participated in a #patientchat Twitter chat centered on what having a “quality of life” means to each of the participants. And that got me thinking about what constitutes a good life. For me, quality of life is defined by self-love and self-care. Of course, carving out a quality life is an … Continue reading the story "Self-Love, Self-Care"
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Last year, I participated in a 15 Random Facts About Me blogging challenge, where I posted random facts about me. I got the idea from Nancy Stordahl’s 15 Random Facts & A Blogging Challenge Too! So when Nancy posted 15 Random Facts, Round Two, & Another Blogging Challenge! this week, where she … Continue reading the story "15 More Random Facts About Me!"
I just read Nancy Stordahl’s latest post titled 15 Random Facts & A Blogging Challenge Too!, where she shared 15 facts about herself. And I thought, what a great idea, so that’s what my post this week is about. And, as Nancy has done, I’m putting a challenge out there for others in the blogosphere to blog on 15 (or less or more) facts … Continue reading the story "15 Random Facts About Me"
Years ago I didn’t understand why anyone would want to blog. I mean, why share the sordid details of one’s private life with the public? A private journal is good enough, I thought. I fell into blogging accidentally. A local, large-circulation newspaper wanted me to write a medical advocacy column. That’s when I realized I could have some influence in the public arena, and I was … Continue reading the story "Why I Blog and Why You Can Too"
I don’t make New Year’s resolutions; instead, I set goals throughout each year and try my best to follow through. So, rather than make New Year’s resolutions on this first post of the New Year, I am expressing my gratitude. After all, I have much to be grateful for. Family. I’m so blessed to have wonderful people in my family. Arielle and I -- plus our … Continue reading the story "Gratitude 2015"
I am pleased to participate in the blog tour that highlights each participating blogger’s writing process. I hope this post helps readers better understand mine. I was invited to this tour by the wonderful Jennifer Campisano of the excellent blog Booby and the Beast. As part of this blog tour, I answered the following four questions about my writing process. What am I currently working … Continue reading the story "My Writing Process"
I always come up with my next-year goals in November (I’m not sure why), and I’m particularly good at following through with them because they are tangible and not specific. Rather than having a goal to write a page a day for 365 days, for example, I have a goal to have fun with my writing. It seems the latter is more realistic -- although … Continue reading the story "Enter 2014: It’s All About the Mind"