As we slowly weave our way into August, 2016 seems to be the year of change for me. It has brought many wonderful opportunities for travel, communication and reuniting with family alongside the contrast of the loss of a friend and the termination of a very significant personal relationship. Fulfilling commitment is on the agenda not only with my own marriage but also having been part of my best friend’s too. Some of these prospects have disguised themselves and become known through other endeavors, but it is all about grabbing those opportunities with both hands, and to use one of my favorite phrases, embracing change. This is why I have decided to shake up my blog a little.
Mondays, when they would allow, would be word of the day, but I have now decided to post a quote of the day. As my life evolves, so does my blog. It’s vital to prevent all aspects of life from going stale and this is why I feel a quote would be of more value to you, my readers. You may resonate with it, ruminate over it and perhaps it may change the course of your day or it may not. Life has a strange way of presenting just what you need at the right time. And with that being said, I find that the perfect introduction to the exciting new venture that’s in store for me.
I was approached by the website www.healtheo360.com to write on a regular basis about epilepsy and what it’s like to live with on a daily basis, achieving the basics that we all need to do.
I perused the website and not only is it a wonderful resource for epilepsy; it also covers a multitude of other conditions that can be experienced as minor or severe. It is a vat of information and includes articles by researchers to videos by professionals. The other aspect that I found very appealing was that there were real people with real stories. They are the people who live it every day and are not just the professionals who know their craft but haven’t experienced it first-hand. I urge you to check it out even if you are reading this blog and you don’t have epilepsy. It’s a fantastic place to find support.
Whilst I haven’t written just yet, I will be writing shortly. Do come and visit, ask questions or send me an email, who knows, you may just find you’re looking for…