“There comes a point in your life when it’s time to stop reading other people’s books and write your own.”
— Albert Einstein
I finally took the plunge.
After years of daydreaming about it, I’ve started writing my first ebook, about creating your own action plan for recovering from illness or injury. So far it’s been a pretty challenging project, with many new things to learn while trying to keep The Health Sessions and my family life running smoothly. But just like everything else in my life, it might take me ages to complete, with the inevitable obstacles in my way, but somehow I’ll get there in the end.
With all my time and energy poured into writing the ebook, however, my inspiration for truly useful blog posts has run a bit dry. Luckily, there are 71 articles packed with in-depth advice in the archives, from how-to guide and expert tips to recipe posts and personal essays.
Here are some of my all-time favourite posts on The Health Sessions. Which article did you find most helpful? Happy reading!
Living a Healthy Lifestyle
- 21 Simple Habits to Kickstart a Healthier Lifestyle
- Getting Back on Track: 11 Expert Strategies for Rebuilding Healthy Habits
- How to Effortlessly Eat a Balanced Diet
- The Finest Healthy Eating Tips from Your Favourite Food Bloggers
“Getting back on track is not about following a short-term diet or fitness fad – it’s about making a lasting lifestyle change that you enjoy.”
Getting Things Done with Chronic Illness
- A Study Guide for the Chronically Ill: 23 Proven Strategies
- How to Get Through Your Workday When You Feel Exhausted
- In Sickness and In Health: How to Keep Love Alive When You’re Chronically Ill
- Parenting with Chronic Illness: How to Take Care of Your Baby and Yourself
Work smarter, not harder when you’re chronically ill.
Hope and Happiness
- The Happy List: 31 Ideas to Sprinkle Simple Pleasures Throughout Your Day
- Seeing with New Eyes: How to Find the Good in Every Day
- Hope in Times of Chronic Illness
- Bibliotherapy: How Reading Fiction Can Make You Feel Better
“Every day may not be good, but there’s something good in every day.”
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