In one of the several FB groups I belong to, the question was asked, "What is one thing (or more) you are thankful for this holiday season? I listed a couple of things; however, since then I have come up with more so I thought I would share them here. Unlike the song that inspired …
Sam gives us a wonderful reminder of advent and what Christmas is really about, whether you have a chronic illness or not!
In the hustle and bustle of preparing for Christmas I love the Advent season. This is the season the Christian church celebrate in the lead up to Christmas. It’s the start of the Church year and Advent Sunday marks the four Sunday’s before Christmas Day.
It’s a season of reflection and expectation. Advent is latin for Coming. Christmas celebrates the coming of Jesus as a new born baby in the most miraculous circumstances. A baby was to be born who was the Son of God and who brought the hope of salvation and everlasting life to a dark and cruel world.
On each of the four Sundays of Advent a candle on the advent wreath is lit. The first candle symbolises Hope. 💗
On the second Sunday of Advent Christians around the world continue to prepare for the joy ahead of celebrating the birth of Jesus on Christmas Day. On…
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Cynthia from The Disabled Diva shares her take on how to take control of the holidays with chronic illness! Another great read from Cynthia!
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For many years I dreaded Christmas. It wasn’t that I hated the holiday, but that I loathed how physically draining keeping up with traditions and extra commitments were. Thankfully I was able to rekindle my love for Christmas a few years ago by making some changes. Fall back in love with the season and dominate your holiday by following these tips!
1. Make New Memories
Are you wearing yourself out trying to recreate past Christmas memories? Do you exhaust yourself trying to decorate, bake, and entertain like you did in the past? That’s exactly what I did before accepting that my chronic illnesses had changed my life. It was unfair to expect myself to be able to keep up with the pace that I had in the past. To reclaim the holiday I zeroed in on which traditions were the most…
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