I often say give your 100% and leave the rest to God. Perhaps that's how Casey of God, Grace and Green Juice found me and interviewed me for my most vulnerable interview to date found right on this link.
This young lady is certainly an inspiration and someone I am grateful to have met. Her story of being diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome, a systemic autoimmune disease, is one of patience, grace and triumph. After a lifelong battle with this syndrome Casey says,
"I am happy to say that Sjogren’s doesn’t define my life today as I once let it. I have finally accepted it as a reality in my life and I have also learned to work around it. I do have days – and even weeks – where it still gets the best of me. But I have a strong and loving support system; I am working toward my master’s degree in Integrative Health and Nutrition; and I am pursuing my passion of igniting hope in other people with similar stories and experiences as mine through God, Grace and Green Juice."
When she approached me for an interview to share about things I normally don't talk about on the day to day on IG, I was happy to share in the hopes you would read and be instilled with hope, confidence and a path to the awesome life, no matter what obstacles you have encountered.
Sharing my fears, my hopes, my scariest goals here, my constant inspirations and aspirations and even my guilty pleasures, was actually cathartic, refreshing and yes, funny at times.
Wherever you are on your life journey - high school, college, the after college, marriage, new baby, career, divorce, new career, world or local traveler, empty nest, retirement, volunteering, daily golfing - know that your path is one that matters and that you CAN do anything you put your mind and heart into doing, even with the setbacks of life.
Repeat after me, "The Comeback is always Stronger than the Setback." - Angie
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