One thing that chronic illness patients are, unfortunately good at, is adjusting to new health turns. For lack of a better description, our bodies seem more fragile when it comes to being and operating to the best of their ability. Every new turn – or curve, as the tagline of
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Can we all just agree that the last year has left us…sad? The constant and unending uncertainty has been stressful. The repetitive ‘of course something else bad happened’ has worn us all down. We are now, officially, people who unenthusiastically go about life without really looking forward to the future.
Migraines have been responsible for some of the worst days of my life. As a matter of fact, it was a week of migraines that preceded the beginning of my health problems back in 2013. And I’m just guessing anyone who suffers through these nightmares can say the same…that they
Do you remember those poems your mom used to tell you at night before bed? Those little ditties and nursery rhymes that instantly transport you back to a different time? Fuzzy Wuzzy was one of those for me. (Go ahead, say that sentence 5 times fast) In case you’re wondering
The cheapest and easiest form of exercise has always been getting outside and doing something (anything). But the motivation to do that tends to be rock-bottom when it’s rainy, sleety, and frigid. But with the influx of sweets and food brought on by the holidays and then the onset of
At this point, we are almost a week into a new year. And I don’t know about you, but I haven’t seen any dramatic improvements. The things that went wrong in 2020 are still going wrong today. The “Virus that must not be named” is still virus-ing. Small businesses are