We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
It is so hard to believe that we are at the end of another year!
Like last year, 2021 wasn’t at all what we were expecting and in some ways it feels like a disappointing year. We might not have been able to do what we wanted to do, but there were still so many good things that happened that we can be grateful for and brought us joy. I hope that wherever you are that you are able to see the good things that happened this year, no matter how small they were and reflect on them fondly.
This year has brought many major changes in my life, so I will be making adjustments to how I manage the blog over the next year. I hope you still continue to tune in to the new posts and I greatly value your support.
Lastly, I would like to say a big thank you to you, my Readers. Thank you for your support and encouragement this year.
I hope that you have a wonderful holiday season with your loved ones, and get some quality rest and relaxation before we start 2022. I have a feeling that it is going to be a big, magical year and I can’t wait!
“It’s a New Year and with it comes a fresh opportunity to shape our world.
So this is my wish, a wish for me as much as it is a wish for you: in the world to come, let us be brave – let us walk into the dark without fear, and step into the unknown with smiles on our faces, even if we’re faking them.
And whatever happens to us, whatever we make, whatever we learn, let us take joy in it. We can find joy in the world if it’s joy we’re looking for, we can take joy in the act of creation.
So that is my wish for you, and for me. Bravery and joy.”― Neil Gaiman
Take good care, stay safe and thank you, Readers.
I’ll keep the light on.
It’s pretty hard to look back on a disappointing year, when nothing went your way and felt like a struggle to get through. From my experience from many tough years, here are a few things to keep in mind when reviewing the year.
Anyone with a chronic condition can tell you that going to celebrations or large events can be quite challenging and exhausting. With some careful planning and sensible self care, we can make the event much more enjoyable and last longer than Cinderella before the carriage turns into a pumpkin!
Buying presents for people with chronic conditions can sometimes be a little tricky. Here are some suggestions that are fail-safe to bring your loved ones some joy and comfort this festive season!
May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness.