For those who may have been missing my posts, This is some of what I’ve been up to.
I have several posts, between both blogs, which have been started and not finished for various reasons. Not having the ability to just log onto a computer and internet with a full-size keyboard in the wee hours being the biggest reason.
I have to admit that I am SERIOUSLY missing blogging as both my creative and mental health outlet and I feel the effects of not writing consistently. I really need to work on scheduling, logistics, and time management so I can do this aspect of my self-care.
In the meantime, I want to thank all my faithful readers for sticking by me and welcome the series of new readers who chose to follow me during this fallow period.
I have put a call out to several groups of bloggers on Facebook with an invitation to guest blog. I would like to open that up to my fellow bloggers here as well. Leave a comment if you are interested in doing a guest post, on any if the following or pitch me an idea:
• 12 Step Recovery
• Tools of healing and recovery
• Healthy and constructive strategies for symptom management, regarding any physical or mental health diagnosis
• Effective ways to apply good coping strategies
• Personal anecdotes regarding the realities of living with and working through chronic and difficult physical/mental health conditions
I look forward to hearing from you!
Since it’s been over two weeks since my last post, the few of you who have been following this journey of mine may be wondering whether I’m sticking with my program. Let me assure you that I am. As a matter of fact, it’s part of the reason I’m not posting here or on my Human In Recovery blog more frequently. The other two factors are lack of regular access to a functional computer and that I’m battling life circumstances and mental health symptoms, which make using my phone to blog even more of a challenge than normal.
I’m posting a bit more regularly on my Human In Recovery FB page and the apps I’m using to track exercise and nutrition are tweeting @HumanInRecovery – I think. Twitter and I remain mere acquaintances instead of social confidants, so I’m not really much of a tweeter. I have also been uploading…
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