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#HAWMC #Health Focus;  “Challenges & Victories” by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge,Day 28 “5 Challenges & 5 Small Victories. Make a list of the 5 most difficult parts of your health focus. Make another top 5 list for the little, good things (small victories) that keep you going.” … Continue reading

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#HAWMC #Sunday Selfie #Marriage #Caregiver

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge, Day 27  “Sunday Selfie: Post your favorite picture of yourself. Don’t be shy, it’s time to shine!” This is easy. My wedding day. Not a selfie.  It’s my favorite picture of myself because I … Continue reading

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#HAWMC  Dear Janice,  by Janice  Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30 Day Writing Challenge Day 4  “Do you remember the day you were diagnosed? Perhaps you were scared, felt alone and surely you had tons of questions. Write a letter to yourself for the day you were … Continue reading

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This Blog just received a WEGO Nomination! 

This blog was nominated for Best In Show: Blog! Whoo Hoo! It IS an honor to be nominated! Thank you! Here’s the description:  “Whose blog do you absolutely love? Their writing is exceptional, their “voice” admirable, and their writing is … Continue reading

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Dystonia Awareness by Janice Tindle

Today is May 8th. It’s Dystonia Awareness Day. I spent eight hours this week in the ER because of an overly aggressive PT appointment. The therapist had never heard of Dystonia. She was willing to help, but, she didn’t understand … Continue reading

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The Flawed, The Broken, and The Beautiful /Written by Janice Tindle

I recently found myself inspired by a bit of broken pottery. That pottery made me think about the value we place on inanimate objects. Who knows why a certain object has a special attractiveness to us. We see it, we … Continue reading

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Tony Called /Written by Janice Tindle

    The utility company. We’ve all had our bad experiences with rudeness, long holding times, waiting for them to show up, to turn the service on or off. Perhaps there was a dispute over a bill. We take our … Continue reading

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