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    Autoimmune Disease

    Approximately 50 million Americans, 20% of the population or one in five people, suffer from autoimmune diseases. Some estimates say that 75% of those affected–some 30 million people–are women. I am one of them.

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Meet Jamie

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This set Jamie on the trek of her life ; Jamie’s Journey toward Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Health with Vasculitis.

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Share your encouragements, stories, helps and articles.

Contact Jamie

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Many things inspire me to be better than I am now. Contact me with any great suggestions. I am willing to listen.

Living Well with Chronic Illness

Learning to live positively, healthfully and lovingly. We are all worth fighting for!

  •     I struggle with eating well. I struggle with moving my body. There is so much information out there that I just want to bury my head in the ground. Sometimes I want to scream. Sometimes I want to say eating any of these eating plans may work for you, but since our bodies […]

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  • “I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. ”   Living with a chronic illness is something I am familiar with. The […]

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  • In exchange for my review I was given a copy of Sallie Krawcheck’s book Own It from Blogging For Books. The opinions I express are my own and were in no way influenced. For a while now I have been interested in strong women and how they achieved their success. I was also interested in […]

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  • Life is so complex. It takes my breathe away when I think about it all. All the decisions, choices, and the mass amounts of conflicting information that is out there overwhelms me. Does it you? As 2017 started last month, I thought about my role as writer and researcher for Wellness Works NW and what […]

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  • I have been procrastinating writing a personal post for the last few weeks. It seemed daunting to me. I felt overwhelmed. I have so many thoughts running through my brain. Thoughts of what I want to accomplish before I take my last breathe. Thoughts on how to navigate a hospital system that can turn you […]

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  • Choose Joy by Sarah Frankyl and Mary Carver has been on my to read list on Goodreads for quite some time. I was excited when recently I learned that my library would mail books to those who are home bound, so I went shopping for books on their website. I was delighted when I saw […]

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  •   Ever since I was a young girl I have always been low on iron. I remember taking these green colored pills for periods of time in my youth and how it made my poop black. The first time it happened I ran to my mom freaking out. She told me that it was because […]

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  •   I have read several of Beth Moore’s books over the years. Audacious was different. I love the way Moore uses language to make her readers feels inspire and loved by Jesus. In Moore’s book you learn what Audacious means and what it means to have verve for Jesus. After reading I realize that I […]

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  •   In exchange for Confessions of a Secular Jesus Follower by Tom Krattenmaker I was given a free copy by Blogging for Books. The opinions I express are my own and I was in no water influenced.   When I received “Confessions of a Secular Jesus Follower” by Tom Krattenmaker I wasn’t exactly sure what […]

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