Chronic Illness and Worrying Less

Today is Thursday and I was just put in an awkward position. Well, not awkward, but rather a rare position. My son has finished all of his school work and my sister just picked up my two youngest children to take to her house to eat and nap. All of this has happened and it’s not even noon.

Yes. It is a rare moment indeed.

Now, my first reaction as the door closed behind my dearest sister and two little monsters children was to immediately lie down on the couch to begin a binge of television shows. BUT, I have a commitment to this blog and giving my readers some valuable substance each day.

How could I accommodate the two – getting some rest from the chaotic week  and not let my readers down?

I chose to call my husband and asked for his opinion. While he said it was important to get the much needed rest, it’s also important to give my readers some information. He suggested to ‘recycle’ some good, popular posts on my blog and then get some rest.

Cha-ching! That’s it!

So here are two of my popular posts –

How to stay positive with a chronic illness

How to have a positive outlook with a chronic illness #chronicillness #chronicpain #fibromyalgia

 

How to have a positive outlook with a #ChronicIllness #fibromyalgia #chronicpain Click To Tweet

How to worry less and live more

How to worry less and live more with FREE inspirational printables #prayer #inspirational #fibromyalgia #chronicpain

 

How to worry less and live more #freeprintables #inspirational #chronicpain #fibromaylgia Click To Tweet

I’m off to lie down and binge watch some of my favorite shows while I rest from the crazy week of family activities and two full days of rain!

Happy Friday, readers, and have a great weekend!

 

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I'm Brandi, follower of Christ, wife to an amazing, supportive husband, blessed mother to four sweet children, and a fellow spoonie. Facebook-+-Twitter-+-Instagram

4 thoughts on “Chronic Illness and Worrying Less

    • February 7, 2015 at 11:47 pm
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      Me, too! I need to get ahead with my writing in order to rest without guilt, but I’m struggling to keep up right now. Haha

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  • February 12, 2015 at 7:17 pm
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    Great idea and glad you were able to get rest too. I feel like I always need to write new content but I have so many old posts that can be cleaned up and updated. Thanks for sharing with #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup. We can always use a refresher on keeping a positive outlook with chronic illness.

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    • February 12, 2015 at 8:29 pm
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      Yes, it’s a good idea to revamp the old posts. And my domain has changed, too, so I may do this to my old ones in my beginning days of blogging.

      Thanks for reading!

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