As human beings, we struggle to find contentment in the path laid out in front of us. At least, this has been the case for me. More often than not, I abandon the path at my feet and I pursue every other possibility instead. God says, “Go right” and I go left. I had this terrible tendency of choosing the wrong path.
It has taken me a little while to figure things out, but thanks to my epilepsy I have finally learned how to bloom where I am planted. I am finally living life with the full purpose of glorifying God by first rooting myself in his intended path for my life. I am blooming where I am planted instead of wilting on the wrong path.
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Katie was diagnosed with Catamenial Epilepsy when she was fifteen years old and continues to battle it using Holistic methods. This drastic lifestyle change not only transformed her relationship with Christ for the better, but it has also served as the inspiration behind the majority of her writing including her health and wellness blog, Seize the Day Blog. In addition to blogging, Kaitlin is currently pursuing her Bachelor's degree in Communication with a minor in English from Boise State University.