Whenever I think about this blog, I'm filled with a sense of pride. I started WorryWarior around Christmas in 2018. I had just come back from my study abroad in France, and was grappling with the major life changes of chronic illness. In pain, depressed, and struggling to handle my emotions, I did what I… Continue reading More
"Holy shit you guys. Is it possible to blow your own mind?"
Hi everyone! So, the last time you heard from me, I was in bed, feeling like death warmed over, after testing positive for Covid-19. I have since recovered, almost completely, but there are a few symptoms I'm figuring out. Flashback to Thursday, March 31st. I'd noticed throughout the week that my brain fog was worse… Continue reading Cats and Guinea Pigs
For the month of March, my task would be to clean at least 15 minutes every weekday and 30 minutes every weekend. The goal for this month was to keep a clean and tidy home. But then last weekend, one of my roommates tested positive for COVID-19, and cleaning got a whole lot more serious.… Continue reading Cleaning Like My Life Depends On It
Goal for this month: Keep a Tidy Home To do this month: Clean 10 minutes every weekdayClean 30 minutes every weekendDrink at least two full water bottles a dayUpdate the blog at least twice a month Day 1 and 2: And just like that, my Dream Life Project has officially begun! I suppose it makes… Continue reading March
I'm taking on a new challenge! Introducing...
This is something I have been thinking about for a while now, and I'm still unsure of how best to phrase my thoughts
Right now I’m doped up on Benadryl, fading in and out on the couch watching HGTV As normal as this sounds (at least for me) this is new. I’m allergic to a few things: cats, dust, the growing stupidity of this nation, but usually my reactions are mild. A bit of sneezing, watery, itchy eyes,… Continue reading Allergic to Life
Thanks to an amazing artist friend, Patricia, we now have new cartoons for WorryWarrior! Please take a moment to check out her instagram: @patriciabattles
(who still asks her mom to come to doctors' appointments)