Blogging, Chronic Illness

Get Over It…

B13471C3-4A5B-407F-9B7B-02293456D888Is your blog perfect? It is not and never will be. That is normal. Whatever normal is… This is a “You get what you get and you don’t throw a fit” blog.

When do you write in your blog? Is it when you are feeling your best? That was my plan. My first blog written for “Life is Chronic” was perfect; meaning that it represented  how I want my blog to go. It was titled, “Before Robots Took Over…” It is not about cats. It is about connecting with each other.

My intent was to always write my blogs in a very professional manner, to succeed in reaching you with my best writing. Because life is chronic, that is totally unreasonable,  not attainable. Do you want to be perfect in an imperfect world? Get over it.

So, sometimes there will be professional articles and sometimes there will be quirky articles. Other times, you get what you get and you don’t throw a fit. Things aren’t perfect. Get over it.

When do you write in your blog? Do you write only when you are feeling your best? When you are struggling? What do you write in your blog? Do you write about the big picture of life? Is it strictly targeted to approach common ailments among us?

This blog may suck by some standards, but given that I am layed up in bed, admitting to my pain, it is pretty darn good.

I am sick. Get over it. BUT, check out my next blog, because I will make a comeback and you may not even recognize me!

 

2 thoughts on “Get Over It…”

  1. thank you so much, this post spoke to me in a very big way. writing is so difficult for me do to one of my many chronic illnesses but i try anyway. your writing inspires me!

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