So I saw this on TV as a good idea to practice. Do a yearly review of our year at the end of the year.
So I have been off work since the vestibular symptoms got severe on Dec 9 of last year. They declined me. I appealed. They declined.
If you get migraines, I know you know this. They do not let you cry. Or you will get a migraine. They do not let
It is time for the Chronic Voice link-up for August Today’s prompts are: Figuring Completing Boring Cuddling Chatting Figuring I have been in a bit
I know, flowers & chocolates are classic. You cannot go wrong with either. And I have on my desk from last year a wee stuffed
I admit this is a bit of an issue for me. I find a lot of comfort in stability. From making long term goals. Progression
I have been thinking a lot about the unpredictability of chronic illness. But we can’t change the fact that life and illness and pain changes.
I know isolation. I know hermiting. I know not doing anything because I was in pain and doing things would aggravate it. I know how
Sunday Selfie: Post your favorite picture of yourself. Don’t be shy, it’s time to shine! I took this while on a vacation at a cabin.
This is my cat Charlie. He likes to wedge himself against me, nuzzle into my neck and knead those claws in there. And quite the
Wow! Clarity of thought! Eureka moments abound! And I remembered to put the clothes in the drier. [X] It has been a good brain few
Do you get irritated when healthy people always seem to have some suggestion (or assumption) about what you should try for your health? Okay,
How am I doing? It is difficult to say one way or the other. The chronic migraines have not improved in the least. I spent
I always remember with chronic illness that when it comes to Christmas and holidays really to keep your expectations realistic. You cannot live with this