The metaphor, Personal Health Journey, works for me. We’re heading somewhere for health whether on purpose or not. We’re never actually there. It’s continual– until it isn’t. Sometimes we have a map, sometimes we don’t. Map or not, we’re still heading somewhere: work, the grocery store, our in-laws, the beach. There’s always decisions to make on a journey: stop for gas, rest, sightsee, go left, go right? Same with the health journey.
Guest post in February Stars (UK) November 24, 2017, learning about self-improvement, managing and minimising symptoms and living life to the fullest despite the challenges chronic illness presents.