Level-Up: Part 52

It seemed fitting that I should mark the first anniversary of the Level-Up series with a video. It’s slightly longer than I’d usually make them, but it’s not all just me rambling. I thought it might be a good idea to list the five things I’ve learnt most from this year. I speak about them largely in terms of how I’ve applied them to living with illness and disability but, as I say in the video, I think a lot of them can be adapted to life in general. If you want to skip the introduction you can jump ahead to 2:16 to make it a bit shorter. By the way, it gets to a part where it looks like I might cry but (SPOILER) I don’t. Just in case that sort of thing makes you uncomfortable.

See you in two weeks!

Every Sunday I record my health achievements and discoveries for the week here. To find out why I decided to start doing this, you can read an explanation in the first post of the series here.


7 Comments on “Level-Up: Part 52

  1. Pingback: Level-Up: Part 53 | Rachel Davies

  2. Wonderful job – I’ve written but never done a video – you are brave! thanks for sharing….

    • Tamar, thank you for your comment and also your email message. 🙂 I appreciate your kind words hugely. I have replied to your email. PLease feel free to get in touch any time at all.

  3. Thank you so much for this, Rachel. I think what you’re doing is amazing. I’ve only just found your blog (through VEDA) but I hope to go back and read the past year’s entries. I’ve been living with a vestibular illness for the past 7 years. I’m only now discovering the online support community and I have to say, I’m a little overwhelmed by it. On the one hand, I’m thrilled to find people who understand what I go through, both on the good days and the bad. But on the other, it breaks my heart to see so many people who are dealing with these issues as well and it makes me want to get involved and be there for others. Thank you, thank you for putting yourself out there like this. I look forward to catching up on your blog.

    • Hi Christina. 🙂 Thank you so much for this comment. I appreciate it more than I can possibly explain. I would like to send you an email regarding some of the things you’ve said here. Would that be alright? I have your email address from the comment post but wanted to ask you beforehand.

      • Hi Rachel. I’d be happy to talk with you more. I don’t recall which email I used before, so use the one here if they are different. Thanks.

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