Every year I make resolutions for the new year and I am proud to say that I keep over 90% of them. Today, I thought I would share my resolutions that are related to my life with a chronic illness. I’m sure many of you have similar goals in mind; for me, putting them to paper solidifies them. Every day I achieve them – SUCCESS! And some days, I need to rely on the joy from those successes quite a bit. Other days, it’s just another feather in my cap.
So here goes!
I hope that some of these resolutions resonate with you – most importantly, I hope you keep #10 in mind. It’s so easy to get caught up in the pain and exhaustion and forget that underneath it all we are still who we were all long.
2021 is the year to be good to you in every way. Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire!
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