Happy New Year Friends! Whew, what a year 2019 was! Calling it a roller-coaster is an understatement, it totally kicked my ass. So instead of focusing on what kicked my ass (that will be a totally different blog post entirely one day.) I want to focus on the amazing things that happened in 2019! And what I'm looking forward to in 2020!
In 2019, I found out that I am, again, No Evidence Of Disease for my endometrial cancer!
In 2019, I had an idea I had been thinking about for a number of years, and finally put everyPCOSbody into reality! I created the FB page, support groups, website and more:
In 2019, You Guys, I created an APP! And nearly 1,200 people have downloaded it! I am continuously working on it and trying to make it the best it can be, and be FREE for users.
In 2019, I've created a successful podcast with my amazing co-host Shelby "PCOS Support Girl". We have so much fun, we spread accurate information, we have had some of the most amazing guests and have lined up even more for season two starting in 2020!
In 2019, I found so much strength through my husband and our relationship, my friends, and learned how loved I truly am!
So although 2019 was pretty difficult in many ways, the good outweighed the difficult. I will discuss the difficult, to be transparent, it's important, especially when dealing with a chronic illness like PCOS and mental illnesses like bipolar, but for now, we focus on the so many positives that happened!
So here is to 2020, the additional positives that are sure to happen, the love to be shared, the warmth, the health, and the knowledge that Although PCOS Sucks, We don't have to, and neither does our lives. We CAN make the very best of the world around us, and having gratitude and positivity truly does change our brains in a way that makes our lives better!
May your 2020 be the best year yet! ~ Jeni
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