Tuesday, January 1, 2013
New Year, New Energy
For me the answer comes in a few different forms. My main source of energy is my friends and family. They have been so supportive of me from the time I found out I had Celiac, to when I knew that I wanted to blog about it. They have been there for me with every Fertility hang up and every loss that I have had. Without them I don't think I would have even lasted as long as I have. My Husband has been my biggest supporter, I know that I could not have come this far without him.
My secondary source of energy comes from knowing that I may be helping someone. While it can be a real challenge to get people to answer questions on a post, or to even know who is reading, I keep hoping that someone out there is getting something from my posts. That they enjoy the recipes, that they have learned from my mistakes and that they have found good products or that they have been able to avoid others. If I can reach enough of those people then I feel I can make a difference.
I also talk about my infertility and health issues, I want those women to know that they are not alone in having one miscarriage after another, or that they are not the only ones who can't lose weight no matter how little they eat, or who go crazy when their hormones get out of balance, which happens a lot. Also it might help those that are having these issues and do not yet have a diagnosis.
So in answer, I get my energy from both my friends and family and from the hope that I might be able to help. Also, with the New Year, I feel some of my Energy Renewed, I had more entries in a giveaway then I would have dreamed possible at this stage in my blogging, I have a whole bunch of fantastic products to try, I am getting ready for my Valentine’s Day Gift Guide. I have so many plans; my only hope is that I will be able to build enough readers to get more of these ideas out.
Question of the day!
Where do you get your energy?