When I was in San Francisco last fall, I did a ton of reading that I meant to share with you all.
Then, somehow, I got caught up in the ebb and flow of daily life back here in Boston and these links went on the back burner.
However, one of my goals for 2017 is to start taking more notice of pieces of writing that really catch my eye; that draw me back to revisit them them a day, or a week, or a month later.
I love when people are able to tell their stories– the things that are the most personal, or even the most painful. There is just something amazing about telling your truth to the world– about getting the right words together, getting up the courage, and just putting it out there.
So here are a few of pieces of writing that really drew me in, and inspired me to get back to work on my own blog. (Some of these are not super recent. I mean what I say about amazing writing being able to draw me back months later!).
In no particular order:
Embracing Authenticity: Failure should not be feared because it is necessary to learn and grow and I will now strive for progress, not perfection
The Invisible Warrior: Dear Warrior: A letter to all my friends with CRPS
Life in Slow Motion Blog: 10 Ways to Flood the Pain Map to Reduce Chronic Pain and When pushing forward leads to falling backwards
I have more for you guys, but that’s all for now! Enjoy!