2016’s Top Ten Blog Posts for the Chronically Ill

I thought I’d share a list of the most popular posts of 2016 but before I do that I have one thing to say.

Thank you! 

Thank you for reading, thank you for being a source of encouragement to me and thank you for being the champions of your health journey. This blog started from my need to sort through my own health and the changes and limits that were happening in my life – but it grew into this wonderful community of friends that I look forward to hearing from each and every day. The strength you alll exhibit as you rise each day to fight again never ceases to amaze and inspire me. So again, from the bottom of my heart, I thank you! (Gentle Hugs!)

2016's top ten blog posts for the chronically ill


It’s amazing to me that a funny little idea I had about the evil symptoms (stepsisters) of chronic illness has remained the top blog post since the day it was written.  I think it goes to show that having a sense of humor is a necessity for anyone with a chronic illness!

So here they are – the posts you loved the most this past year – did your favorite make the list?


evil stepsisters of chronic illness

#1. The Evil Stepsisters of Chronic Illness


9 tips to help clear brain fog

#2. 9 Tips to Help Clear Brain Fog


#3. Chronic Illness: You Don’t Get It Until You Get It


#4. 9 Kitchen Must-Haves for the Chronically Ill


#5. Advancements in Fibromyalgia Research


#6. When Your Chronic Illness Triggers Depression


an open letter to my future daughter-in-law

#7. An Open Letter to My Future Daughter-In-Law


d-ribose for chronic fatigue

#8. D-Ribose for Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia


bad habits to avoid during a flare

#9. 8 Bad Habits To Avoid During A Flare


grocery tips for the chronically ill

#10. 12 Grocery Tips for the Chronically Ill Woman




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