This morning when my first alarm went off at 5:40 AM, I was not in a place to remember that I was on a wellness quest and was moderately distraught.
I don’t have to carry this alone and I do have people who will help me; I just have to be willing to accept their help.
The resistance is real, even in someone who keeps saying they want to achieve wellness.
Four Weeks Later Today it has been exactly four weeks since I was in the ER with chronic fatigue, dizziness, aches, pains, increased heart rate, and loss of sensation in my hands and feet. I am very lucky that I didn’t have the blood…
Healing is a layered process and my process requires some cleaning up and clearing out of the things that no longer fit in my life.
I’m going to start with the items I love most: my books.
How does a millennial set herself up to be successful on her new quest to find wellness?
As I sat in a plastic chair waiting for the doctors to decide what to do with me and for them to remove the plastic maple-syrup-esq tap plugged into my arm, I thought: “This is it. I’m done. It’s time to stop.” And a…