Sunrise squad never sleeps in anymore 🌅
Take a look at that sky and tell me it’s not worth it. I gotta say, at first, it was a major adjustment for me. Especially with Mono and Lyme disease. I sleep 12 hours in a day and I had to really work on a sleep schedule for myself. And now, it’s helping me. So much. I go to sleep before 8 pm so I can get myself out of bed for this on the daily and have plenty of time to still be productive during the day. I’ve been coming to the beach when I can to help me with a lot of symptoms I have experienced from the beginning of the year when I was extremely sick to now when I have a better idea of what is going on inside my body. Headaches, anxiety, pain, and this may be TMI but I’ve even come here when I was puking E.coli just to get the fresh air. It’s been a rough year to say the least, but this place has remained one of the only constants for me. I come here to heal and I leave feeling better. Every single time.
This time of the year can be ROUGH. I get it. More than you know. I understand that the holidays are so much more than the decorations and the cookies and the fake (🤨) Christmas trees and the family dinners and the time off. I know this season is especially difficult for many people whom I know personally, myself included. But we get through it just the same. If I didn’t have a place to call my safe haven, I would be lost. If I didn’t have the support from the ones who love me, I’d be a completely different person. I’m sharing this as a sign of compassion in times of struggle. Find your people and your niche and things will begin to fall into place. Here’s to healing 💜
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