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Personal Acceptance

Personal Acceptance

Jess from the fabulous Jessica and Psoriasis blog asked her twitter followers to tweet her two words to describe their psoriasis journey. I thought about it for a bit and decided that “personal acceptance” are the words that are currently describing my personal journey. I’ve made peace with my skin. (for now…) Yesterday was a … Continue reading

Psoriasis Speak Out

Psoriasis Speak Out

Stream of Consciousness Day. Start with the sentence “This morning I looked in the mirror…” just write, don’t stop, don’t edit. Post! I’m skipping today’s prompt because I wanted to point out that this week is Psoriasis Speakout National Advocacy Week (April 9-13, so I’m a bit late letting you know). The goals of this week … Continue reading

Party like it’s 1999

Party like it’s 1999

Dear 16-year-old-me. Write a letter to yourself at age 16. What would you tell yourself? What would you make your younger self-aware of? Dear JBubbles, First things first, there will come a time when that nickname does become embarrassing and is more stripper-ish than cute. Don’t worry, at some point after college you grow up and mostly … Continue reading

I write about my health because…

I write about my health because…

I write about my health because… Reflect on why you write about your health for 15-20 minutes without stopping. …because I don’t want anyone living with psoriasis to think they’re alone. I’m a part of a community that supports one another through words of wisdom, advice, friendship and care.  Everyone has very unique experiences conquering … Continue reading

Judgments prevent us…

Judgments prevent us…

Quotation Inspiration. Find a quote that inspires you (either positively or negatively) and free write about it for 15 minutes. Judgments prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances~Wayne Dyer Living with a skin disease teaches you early on that physical judgments can really hurt. Judging others has become an accepted practice these days, especially … Continue reading