I think by far my favourite form of Fibromyalgia self-care is the Epsom salt bath on a bad pain day. This is because it is relaxing and the Epsom salts relax our stiff and sore muscles. I always take baths, I find them soothing. And I always put Epsom salts in there. I will use … Continue reading Epsom salt baths
So this is going to be a bit hard to articulate since I have a migraine and vertigo at the moment. Sort of a tornado of cognitive impairment. I have had a difficult time with my self-identity for decades. My sense of self has had to drastically change. It started when I was too ill … Continue reading Chronic Illness: Self-identity
I get migraines. I get a lot of migraines. My head is just one big migraine. But not every migraine is alike. And even the main symptoms of a migraine vary. Maybe one day insanely photosensitive and the next literally the sound of plates touching is excruciating. Here are the types of migraine to … Continue reading Really, real types of migraine
So I had a chat with my boss a few days back about my lack of progress. He is a good man. And a great boss. However, I bet he is as frustrated as me for the time I have spent off work and the lack of progress. I have no idea if the conversation … Continue reading Fear factor: Am I stuck like this?
the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry It is summer. There are loads of things to do in the summer. We get offers to go out and about all the time. And I turn down every time. Or when it comes to the day, I can't. There is just issues with functioning … Continue reading Chronic illness: best laid plans
I have no idea how many people use Amazon Prime. But I have it at the moment, so I thought I would check out their Prime Day. And... so I literally just bought a refurbished computer for $160 Canadian dollars (This was Amazon.ca). Which I wouldn't have but a) 160 dollars is low and b) … Continue reading Amazon Prime Day service promotions