Thanks again to all of you who have participated and a huge thank you to all of our amazing sponsors! Please be sure to stop by their websites and let them know how much we appreciate them for taking a stand for endometriosis awareness!
What were you doing 10 years ago?
What 5 Things Are On Your To-Do List:
Purchase tile for our bathroom floor
Shop for new cell phone
Take photos & list clothes on Poshmark
Survive my last week of work
Complete all the paperwork associated with the previous item
What Are 5 Snacks You Enjoy?
Name some things you would do if you were a millionaire:
Donate to our church & favorite charities
Purchase a newer car (we are rocking a ’95 and a ’03)
Completely gut our kitchen
I’m sure I would fill out my closet a little bit
Disney, Disney, and more Disney
Some places you have lived:
Rome, NY (born there)
A small town in Virginia and then
an even smaller town in North Carolina
Name some bad habits you have:
Destroying my nails when I’m anxious
Becoming completely overwhelmed by little things when I flare
Two words – Road Rage.
Name some jobs you have had:
I totally rocked the Wendy’s uniform after high school
I have worked at both a department store and overstock bookstore
I have also worked at a ropes course and as a children’s minister
How would you answer these questions?
Can you seriously believe that it is Week 4 of this year’s Blogging for Endometriosis Awareness campaign?! Its our last full week of festivities and I am so incredibly thankful for each and every one of you that has taken part!
This week’s topic is to share your favorite things/tips/coping tools that have helped you stay encouraged in spite of illness (suggestions: endo survival kit, advice for newly diagnosed, top 10 most annoying things you can say to someone with endo, etc).
Since A New Kind of Normal has been around a little while (celebrating SIX years this July!), I want to share some of my favorite posts that I have written for the Fight Like a Girl Club about life with endometriosis that will hopefully encourage you wherever you are in your journey:
- When the Doctor Says Its Endometriosis
- Taming the Endo Monster
- The Unspoken Side Effect of Endometriosis
- Preparing for Surgery
- When a Hysterectomy Isn’t a Cure
Hopefully these posts encourage your hearts reading them as much as they did my heart writing them!
What are your favorite tips/tricks/advice for others living with endometriosis?
Please link up your posts for Week 4 of Blogging for Endometriosis using the linky below! After linking up please visit at least the to links in front of you to help spread the love and support!