How to Organize Your Schedule When You Battle Chronic Illness

How to Organize Your Schedule When You Battle Chronic Illness – Episode 32

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It has been said that if you’re struggling to get through your day, just do the next thing.

But how do we know what the next thing should be, when so many things seem urgent?

How to Organize Your Schedule When You Battle Chronic Illness

How do we avoid falling into the black holes of distraction, as we try to find a way to calm the overwhelming stress we feel when we look at all we have to do today?

In today’s podcast I am going to explain to you a system that I use to help me organize my schedule according to levels of importance.

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing this valuable information. I had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for 6 years after having mono for 10 months. No one understood what I was going through and I didn’t know what to do. Handling my schedule was a huge part of getting by day to day. My husband was my solid rock during the latter part of my illness, when I met him. He has always been a great caretaker, even today when I now have to be treated for Diabetes and other chronic illnesses. This post was very uplifting. Thanks for sharing! 🙂 I look forward to reading more of your posts. Please check out my new Christian blog, as well. https://sharinglifeandlove.com/ All the Best, Michele

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