Focusing on Myself

I’ve had a major change in my attitude. I don’t really like to buy into the craziness of college anymore. I’ve really calmed down lately, and could honestly care less about missing out. I know things are going to be more active when everyone comes back to school. But honestly, I don’t really care. I […]

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10 Essential Things to Remember with Autoimmune Disease

Have a positive attitude and outlook. Nobody likes a downer. It’s better for your health to stay positive and look forward not backward. Take the high road.┬áPeople are gonna say stuff, and you just have to ignore and keep your head high. You may loose friends, but that’s okay that just means they weren’t worth […]

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Celebrating Life!

I’m not a huge disney fan (sorry, guys). But, during my trip to Epcot and on July 4th I had this realization. I live for these happy moments. They are so much more rewarding to me then the average person. Let me start off with July 4th. For the past 3ish years I’ve barely been […]

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A Letter To My Past Self

Instead of writing a letter to my future self like most people do, I decided to write a letter to my past self about what I wished I did and what I am going to do in the present. Dear Syd, You are young and naive but that’s okay most people are. You will have […]

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Going Into Life With A Bang

I love the holiday July 4th. Why? Because everything and everyone is so festive and joyous-not something you come across everyday. Watching fireworks with family and friends is so nice. While I was watching the fireworks over the water, I had tears in my eyes and a big smile on my face. I had felt […]

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The Blue Sky Tag

Wow, this is so amazing I’m so excited that my blog has gone so far in just a month! Thank you everyone who reads-I’m so glad I got to share my life with you! This is my first tag EVER so thank you to-Health & Beauty 4 all Click the link above to check out […]

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Little Signs of Acceptance

When I was first diagnosed with Autoimmune disease I had a hard time accepting it. I often went back to the first day I ever got sick and questioned what I did wrong and if there was anything I could do to fix it or change. In reality, there was nothing I could have done […]

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Days of Death

Many of my followers who are going through similar situations, will probably relate to this. Before we go into feeling your worst, I need to clear up some misconceptions some people don’t understand. Just because you see a person who has autoimmune disease smiling, dressed up, laughing and making conversation doesn’t mean in anyway they […]

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It’s Hard to be Optimistic 24/7

Nobody can be in an joyous mood all of the time, it just not physically possible. Moods are sort of like a roller coaster. One day you could be the happiest person alive, the next devastated. Somethings can make you lean one way more or less. When your faced with a challenge at first (depending […]

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Finding Your Niche in an Isolating Situation

When thinking of a next article, I really wanted to think of a topic to apply to anyone’s life situation. Whether your home sick from school with a virus, in a bad place in life, or chronically ill like me, there’s still so much you can do to find a safe haven for yourself. Finding […]

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