Today it is International Women’s Day, and I could not fail to register my gratitude and admiration for my mother’s, sister’s, and friends’ friendships. ….
Category: Lupus and Gratitude
I can’t believe it is winter solstice! You are probably safe inside at home trying to figure out creative ideas on what to do with ….
Today Hanukkah begins. It is the celebration of miracles and light. Still, it is also a reminder of what it means to live together with ….
eople say that setting challenges to ourselves can make us stronger. Amid COVID-19, controlling our minds is probably the hardest work we ever had.
Time, Kindness and Courage This week, as I talked to one of my best friends, I kept thinking about the value of time and the ….
I am not sure what this new year will bring. I am curious to see what secrets life will unveil this time around as I continue my journey to reframe my identity.
To be able to receive the blessings this year, I need to let go of the past and be grateful for what is.
Project 20|20 – Week 2: Gratitude Last week, I suggested a self-reflection exercise to identify what types of goals we want to achieve in 2020. ….
The Time Is Now I can’t believe it’s over — another year of living with lupus, another life chapter with learnings and milestones. Just one ….
The Real Present Everyone is busy. Decorating homes, planning a big meal, buying gifts, and getting new outfits for parties and pictures. Last Friday, my ….
being thankful when having lupus