Easing the transition to an extraordinary life

Perspectives: It is often the case that through sharing our own experiences, we can help others going down the same road. This is where YOUR story could mean something to someone else, so please feel free to share your journey, what helped you, what didn’t, where you are now. Whether in the comments, on our social media channels or by emailing us your story, we want to know how you got through it and what made it easier. If you knew then what you know now, what would you have changed? Share your story and help someone else have an easier time.

Mother Angel

  “No language can express the power, and beauty, and heroism, and majesty of a mother’s love.”   Edwin Hubbell Chapin     We all have complicated relationships with our mothers, and that is not necessarily in a bad way.  Regardless of if our relationships are close or strained, our mother is generally the biggest View Post >

Rapunzel by Amy F.

  Amy F. is back with her latest entry of her struggle with chronic illness.  Sometimes it’s the little things you don’t even think about that are truly challenging when you are dealing with illness.   Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your – holy cow, you’ve got a whole lotta hair!  Most of us have heard View Post >

“If You Are Waiting For a Sign…”

Maybe you have had a nagging feeling that you need to go to the doctor and get something tested, or you keep saying you can’t afford to go on that dream trip, or you hate your job but are afraid to take the risk to go do what you really want to do. We all View Post >

Curveballs & Boomerangs by Amy F.

      Amy F. returns with the latest episode in her ongoing struggle with chronic illness.       Hello everyone!  Know that I said I would be posting monthly but you know how it is with those recurring illnesses, best intentions and all.  It’s like life throws you a curve ball and you have View Post >

Diary of a World Traveler (& Rubbish Diabetic)

  Hello friends, welcome to the first in a series from John, a globe-trotting executive with diabetes.  How does he manage when he is constantly traveling, and out of his comfort zone? He’ll tell you…    I live in a nice house, drive a nice car and can afford to buy some really great French View Post >

Introducing Amy F.

    Hello, friends. Today we welcome a new regular contributor, Amy F., who will be sharing her tumultuous experience with a serious chronic illness.  She has endured much and learned a lot, so we are grateful that she is bravely sharing her journey with us.      Hi, I’m Amy F. and I hate View Post >

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