Summer can be a really difficult time for people with chronic illness. You could think of this post as a type of spoonie gift guide if you have a chronically ill friend you'd like to bless. I'm really excited to share some great items I've been using this summer and thought it would be a good time to share them as in some areas summer is only just getting started!
I love shopping on Amazon due to the convenience, being housebound, and the huge range of items available to me without having to leave my bed and I would like to share these great items with you if they might be beneficial to you or somebody you love.
Welcome to the second interview on Faith Through Illness. In this series we will meet a variety of Christians from around the world, people who all struggle with different chronic conditions.
We will hear from them how their faith has been affected by their health and how the Lord gets them through it. Their struggles and their victories.
I hope you will find these stories as encouraging as I do!
Today I'm sharing Jennifer's journey of faith. She has a great blog called "The Frozen Mind" where she writes about life with chronic illness, more specifically migraines, she shares her faith, favourite books and more!
It's been a while since I posted my last round-up of paintings for The 100 Day Project. That's because I actually took a whole month off!
I am very pleased to be back to it though and have thoroughly enjoyed painting each evening. The sunny summer evenings are just perfect for painting!
This week I picked up where I left off at the start of May with Sunsets as the theme. I will also reveal next week's theme today.
Welcome to the first interview in a new series called Faith Through Illness. I hope you will find these stories to be encouraging and a blessing. I know I am loving each one that arrives in my inbox and I cannot wait to share them with you!
Today I'm sharing Nicole's beautiful journey of faith. She has a lovely blog called "Becoming Babycorn" where she writes about a wide range of topics including art, health, relationships and religion among other things. Do go visit her site and leave some comment love!
As we head into a new month I am excited to show you my new bullet journal layout for June! I'll also share more detail about my symptom and mood tracker as well as a layout comparison with previous months.
I cannot believe we are already half-way through 2018, time is just racing by so fast. I only started this year's journal in March, so I don't have 6 months of journal updates to show you, but I will share the 4 months I have done so you can see how my journal has evolved over time.