Blog changes

Thanks to everyone who followed Training Because I Can! over the last nine years. This blog started with Addison's Disease, hypothyroidism and a crazy idea of doing an Ironman distance triathlon. My life has changed and so has this blog. I am using this blog strictly for Addison's Support topics from here on out. I hope to continue providing people with hints for living life well with adrenal insufficiency.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Blog lists

I've rearranged my blog lists in the right hand column below the tags. I've found several cyberfriends with Addison's blogs and I've grouped them together. Although our blogs are very different with different focuses, we all have two things in common, Addison's and a great attitude! I encourage you to check out these great blogs (listed in no particular order) written by people with Addison's disease.   Please check out these awesome blogs!  They are all full of inspiration.

Lessons from Addison - a gal from South Africa with a holistic approach to Addison's

Never a Dull Moment - a US woman who takes amazing pictures

Annie Sullivan - a US mother documenting the ins and outs of having a small child with Addison's

When the music's over, turn out the lights! - a very talented musican and song writer (among other things) with Addison's who's from New Jersey

Running Buddha - an ultrarunning Addisonian guy from the US

Addisonian's of Nebraska - a young male who's an integral part of a Nebraska Addison's group - krystal - a young woman who struggles with Addison's and other comorbid conditions

Pip's Squeaks - an inspirational female athlete from New Zealand


when the musics over said...

Nice idea, Dusty. Thanks for the nod!

Unknown said...

"a gal" hehehe, I love it! Good idea too :)

when the musics over said...

If you were from New Jersey Meg, she might have called you a "goil". Actually, since Dusty grew up near Frank Sinatra's home town, "gal" is perfectly legit. ;>)

Unknown said...

You're funny Michael!

Unknown said...

Michael and Meg,

I'm so happy to promote everyone else's blog because people with Addison's have to see that Addison's is not a death sentence. We CAN and DO do things! You two are perfect examples.

:) Dusty

Unknown said...

hehe, it's not often you hear the word "gal" around here. It's such a nice sounding word too!

Anyway, you're totally right about that! I'm so tired out people thinking of me as "sick". Honestly, very few people know that I have Addison's simple because I know this will change the way they view me. But, at the same time, I'm full of beans and living large ;)

Glad to have stumbled onto your blogs and found some new friends :)

Unknown said...

Back at ya gal!