Looking for Halloween themed clothing that is both cute and comfortable? Here are some suggestions that will bring some magic to your holiday wardrobe!
How to use social media for chronic pain awareness easily and for free, all year long, no matter how many followers you may have.
Did you miss this month’s live chat in The Disabled Diva’s Chronic Pain Community on Facebook? No problem! You can watch my presentation on the power of connection through effective communication in the context of chronic illness here. In this insightful presentation, we delve into the challenges faced by those of us living with chronicContinue reading “The Power of Connection: Exploring Communication Strategies for Chronic Illness”
Forty fibromyalgia flare fighting products for reducing pain, providing comfort, and helping you get back to having fun!
Summer is here, and for many, that often equates to many sleepless nights due to chronic illness and pain. Catch some zzz’s with these sleep tips! Extreme temperatures and heat waves are just two reasons that those of us with chronic illnesses struggle to sleep during the summer months. Summer storms, extra activities, stress, andContinue reading “Summer Sleep Tips”
Welcome to The Disabled Diva’s comprehensive review of the LC-dolida Sleep Headphones Bluetooth Headband for Side Sleepers. In today’s fast-paced world, quality sleep has become a rare and precious commodity. We often find ourselves struggling to relax, unwind, and achieve the restorative rest our bodies and minds desperately need. That’s where innovative sleep-enhancing products likeContinue reading “Sleep Soundly: LC-dolida Sleep Headphones Bluetooth Headband for Side Sleepers – A Comprehensive Review”
Vital differences between coping and adapting to life with a chronic illness you need to know to live better today and tomorrow.
Living with a chronic illness poses many challenges. When faced with the reality of such a diagnosis, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and feel like you’ll never be able to manage them. That’s why reflection is so important. By taking time to assess where you are in your journey, you can gain perspective and hopeContinue reading “How I Use Reflection to Manage My Chronic Illness Life”
The holidays are a time for family, friends, and festivities. But if you’re living with a chronic illness, the holiday season can also be a time of increased stress and anxiety. There’s pressure to attend parties and gatherings, to meet expectations, and to make the season “perfect.” On top of all that, chronic pain andContinue reading “Chronic Illness Holiday Survival Guide – The Time To Start Planning Is Now!”
Looking for a cute and comfortable Thanksgiving t-shirt? Check out these designs that are perfect for people with chronic illnesses like fibromyalgia and arthritis. These shirts are made to be soft, stretchy, and breathable, so you’ll stay comfortable all day long.
The end of summer can be hard for the chronically ill. Whether it’s hot weather or a reduction in social activities, this journal prompt may help.
Those who have arthritis in their hands know how difficult it is to slice up a strawberry. Learn some helpful tips on safe ways you can enjoy your favorite food.
A new journal prompt is shared each week to help those living with a chronic illness document their thoughts and feelings.
Before you plan your next vacation or outing, take a peek into my on the go chronic pain relief bag. These items allow me to stay out longer!
I should be doing more and other lies I tell myself. Life with chronic illness is filled with lies that do us more harm than good.
Valentine’s day is a time for expressing love to your special someone. It is not a day to go broke or to trigger chronic pain. If your celebration depletes both your bank account and energy supply, you are defeating the purpose of the day.
Home shower safety tips for the chronically ill and seniors. Bathe safely with one of these home safety products.
The Disabled Diva shares her most popular blog posts of 2021. Fibromyalgia, autoimmune arthritis, and pain relief.
Ten realistic New Year Goals for people living with chronic illness.
Five pro tips for dealing with fibro fog to help chronically ill freelance writers get the job done!