No, I’ve never done one before. BUT…this much I can say…it most assuredly will not be the last one I do. (No, I don’t think you can actually end a sentence with “do.”…but I did. Huzzah.)
“National Health Blog Post Month”.
Why? – because I might feel physically broken, but I’m still kickin’ some intellectual ass. This scares the shit out of me, frankly. It’s a commitment thing. Which is ironic. Because I get married the day it’s to begin.
Why? – because I need the swift kick in the keister that I believe this has been created to do. (Again, “do.” Ever the rebel.) This is the launch I need to narrow down my OCD ADHD with all things chaos…as is my life. Get to it. The point. Every day.
Why? – because this is what I need to blast my esteem through the proverbial roof. When you’re chronically ill…sometimes you fall into that trap that that’s all you are: ill. I’m not “ill”. I’m just…”health challenged”. I’m not friggin’ dead yet, so by logical deductive reasoning…it stands to reason that I’m very much capable of “doing”. I just “do” it on a slower timeline/in a different manner than I’ve previously been riding on…(no comments from the peanut gallery on that intellectual doozy).
This? This is definitely “doing”.
What? Making a blog post. Every day. For 30 days.
Doesn’t sound that hard, does it? Might I allude to the infamous “brain fog” that plagues the chaos of my reality? It’s hard. It’s FREAKIN’ hard. And it’s…every…damn…DAY. Weekends included. Holy shit. (o.O)
What do I hope to accomplish?
Knowledge. Information. Sharing. And the huzzah of “Holy shit, I bloody well DID it!”
I need this. I need this to kick my ass into gear to get into the mindset of information sharing that will, I hope, also get more of a Canadian presence into the chronically ill community. So, by extension…YOU need this. Right? ;o)
I’ll be your chronic awareness sugar mama…
At the end of it…what will I receive??
It’s not what *I* will receive. It’s what YOU will receive….my utmost gratitude for every “like” and “+1” and “tweet”…in the name of every chronically “health challenged” individual in SpoonieVille who, I believe, deserve to be inspired to be their absolute badass self. :o)