What's Old Becomes New
Have you felt the pull to mindlessly stop scrolling the day away? I have felt it pretty strong. Not that I waste a ton of time on social media, but far more than I'd like to admit.
I feel myself being drawn to simple. I don't want all the complications of modern life. I have enjoyed facebook and other social apps, but for all the "connection" they promise it actually feels pretty lonely. Sure, there are the handful of posts from dear friends that I don't get to see often enough and I do love the snapshots into their lives, but that truly is no replacement for a one on one conversation with them. And I'm afraid I'm guilty of feeling like I kind of know what's happening in their life so maybe I can put off a personal message or phone call.
I had created a private facebook group to share our journey from chronically ill to healthier and it doesn't get much attention. When I started asking myself why, it became obvious. I just didn't want to be on there. It seems to me when I click on that app my brain shuts off. What once was creative and had ideas to share morphs into mush that just stares and consumes. I don't want to be that person.
I have hesitated to blog for a long time because...do blogs really exist anymore? I don't know the answer but I do know that I have a need to share our story, our successes and our failures. This seems like the least invasive form of sharing.
I am incredibly technologically challenged so this will be quite a steep learning curve. However I hope to create a community of like minded (or curious!) people who will come along side of us as we strive for true health and share their own experiences!
If you want to check out my very favorite company that helps us every day to get healthy and stay healthy, click on this link! I love them so much I became an affiliate since I was sharing anyway. Now when someone orders through my link I get a small commission.
11/16/2022 11:18:14 pm
Republican best include chance prevent. Anyone wish true.
Leave a Reply.
Christie is wife to Matthew, mom to Emily and Andrew, and advocate of parental rights, self-education, and nonconformity.