Does the thought of taking a summer vacation get you excited or does it send chills down your spine? I loved traveling before I became chronically ill. In addition to yearly Disneyland vacations, I loved exploring new areas in other states or within the ones that I lived in. Weekend road trips without a destination were my favorites.
Soon after chronic pain became a part of my daily life I began to loathe traveling.
Living with one or multiple chronic illnesses involves a LOT of waiting. We wait for doctor appointments, test results, pain relief, cures, diagnoses, people to understand, and so much more. But does it ever end? There is no simple answer to this question.
Here is a rundown of this week’s articles! Read what you missed and share what you liked! Love is Stupid In this article, Donna helps us overcome our insecurities and to recognize that we are worthy of being loved. Click here to read. *Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional costContinue reading “Weekend Recap February 4-8, 2019”
Nobody wants to be chronically ill, but when living with unexplained pain and symptoms, receiving a diagnosis is a reason to celebrate. Find out why a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, autoimmune arthritis, and endometriosis were reasons for celebrating!
What happens when your doctor does not believe in your chronic illness diagnosis? Find out how they waste your time and money by running duplicate and unnecessary tests. Plus how they put your health at risk by dismissing you.
Weekly Recap January 6-12, 2019 Obsessed with Disney Ears! Disneyland Park Accessibility Update January 2019 Successful Failure How to reach your daily step goal without leaving the house Five Treadmills to fit your home and budget The pros and cons of cannabis edibles My Favorite Pain ReliefContinue reading “Weekly Recap January 6-12 2019”
Do you feel that your chronic illness or other aspects of life make it difficult to make and keep plans?
There are two important things to keep in mind when making plans. Find out what they are and how you can become a successful planner no matter what life throws at you!
Every year I see hundreds if not thousands of posts on social media from people with chronic illnesses wishing for a better new year. Their wishes for less pain, more energy, and for an easier life are not unreasonable. The problem is that they are just that, wishes. Today I am going to share 12 ways to make them a reality.