From which there is no return
While we’re on the way to there
Why not share‘Regrets’ (c) Rob Goldstein 2018
Here is your chance to award your favorite bloggers. from Hugh’s Views and News
We all have our favourite blogs and bloggers, don’t we? But how often do we shout about who they are to each other?
Of course, leaving them thoughtful comments on their blog posts, or sharing their posts on social media, are just a few ways we can reveal who our favourite blogs and bloggers are, but there’s also another way to tell the world who they are.
Once a year, you can support your favourite blogs and bloggers by nominating them for an award at the Annual Bloggers Bash. Not sure what the Annual Bloggers Bash is? Click here for full details.
This year, the Bloggers Bash is celebrating its fifth year, and one of the highlights of the event are the Bloggers Bash Awards. There are ten awards up for grabs including Best Book Blog, Best Photography Blog, Best Writing/Blogging Blog, to name but a few…
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A powerful and deeply personal post from Jason Cushman
The ironic part about being an adoptee is that the first and final steps of our lives are the same. Just as we must accept being adopted in the first place, we must also accept ourselves for who we are in the end. That acceptance, that journey, can take a lifetime to occur and not all adoptees ever fully accept who they are. Those people caught between the want of “what ifs” and the “hard place of reality” never fully live life as they should because they are stuck living half their life with regret. I have known that place myself and can recount times in my childhood when I wished for anything but what was real. I wished to be someone else.
Adopting yourself is a lot easier when you know where you came from. You have a starting point and regardless whether that position in life is a…
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These are excellent tips for coping with any kind of chronic illness from Danny at Dream Big, Dream Often.
8 Simple Tips For Living A Better Life With MS
My symptoms began in 2007 while I was on vacation in Florida. Little did I know at that time that my world would change forever with a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. I have experienced an array of symptoms and have found some fairly successful habits I have used to help offset the side effects of MS. Here are some simple tips for living a better life with MS:
One of the goals I have for myself is to walk every single day without exception. Evelina and I have a dog and he requires being walked which guarantees I’ll be outside at some point taking a stroll. For those who cannot walk I recommend standing up and sitting down or maybe doing leg and arm lifts. Even if you are confined to a wheelchair, you can do some…
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