I am so pumped for the start of summer, and there is no better way to celebrate than launching a new collection to the LTCIL Store!
I wanted to share each of the new designs (and the old ones because I never blogged about them!)
There are 5 new designs, and 4 original designs. In the summer collection, I have added tank tops of some of the original designs from this past winter as well.
This was my favorite quote from the winter, so I made a more summery design from it!
When you have a a chronic illness you are an overcomer in the big tasks and the small ones. The ribbons say: I chose grace over guilt, I showered today, I took all my meds today, I got out of bed today, I survived the day, I remembered to breathe, I fell asleep before midnight, I chose hope over fear, I did all the things, I kept going anyways, I picked my battles, I participated in life, I asked for help, & I kept food down
This was one of the truths I came to when I was doing my 2019 #Powersheet prep work and has become a staple saying in my life because I can (and will) move mountains from a hospital bed!
I wanted to celebrate the new podcast with some shirts! For more on the podcast click here.
These are from the winter 2019 collection and have been updated to tank tops for summer!
There are Bumper Stickers, Headbands, and Buttons!
This was the original design for the quote: Her collagen may be weak, but her God is Strong!
This was my first design and one of my favorites! It says: I am a Spoonie. I am a strong, fearless fighter; a warrior and a pin cushion. I’m a pill popping, ice pack wearing, heat pack sharing, hard working, not giving up, hand sanitizing, saline loving, body fighting Spoonie. What’s your superpower?
Could there be a more true statement lol
ENJOY THE COLLECTIONS!
Cassie Nolin is a married spoonie who lives the chronic illness life with EDS + Co. (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and it’s comorbid conditions.) She challenges others to choose grace over guilt in goal setting, and is in ministry part time serving the online community through The Spoonie Study. She loves planting, hand lettering, and sharing the hope she has found in Jesus. Her blog, Living the Chronic Illness Life, is in the top 100 chronic illness blogs and her podcast, Chronically Cultivating, is produced by Speaking to the Heart Network. Cassie encourages women to live authentic and intentional lives through their diagnosis’ not in spite of them. You can learn more about her at www.livingthechronicillnesslife.com