Chronic Christmas on Cateepoo's blog

I develop traditions easily. In fact, I've been known to say that if I do something twice and I like it, it's tradition. This means that it's now tradition that I start my blog tours for a new book on Cathy's blog.

Hopefully, she'll think that's fun, too.

Just before the weekend, Cathy posted her review of Chronic Christmas: Surviving the Holidays with a Chronic Illness, as well as a Q&A with me:

"Sometimes you know you need to do something good for yourself, but you keep putting it off.  This is exactly what happened when I received an advance copy of Chronic Christmas: Surviving the Holiday with a Chronic Illness. But once I did, I instantly felt my heart rate going down, I started thinking about things outside of my current crisis, and I started getting excited about the holidays. As I read, I had a few questions for my amazing friend, Lene Andersen, which she has eloquently answered below. My wish for you now is to order the book ASAP (but definitely before December 1 so that you can start following the Advent calendar approach to this book) and once it arrives, put on your favorite pj's, snuggle up with a pot of tea, cup of coffee, or glass of wine, and start figuring out ways both you and your caregiver can make this the best holiday season ever focusing on fabulous day by day self-care tips."You can read the rest of her review and the Q&A on The Life and Adventures of Cateepoo.


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