Welcome to my June experiment. My life will only get worse unless I try something different. Here’s what I intend to try this month to make living with the progression of fibromyalgia, arthritis, and endometriosis better.
Welcome to my chronic pain brain ramblings.🥶 Read what I have to say about these prompts: foreseeing, panicking, upbringing, accessing, and soothing.
Have you thought about what life will look like after the coronavirus pandemic ends? I have! And these are some changes I want to stick around!
My word of the week is peaceful, as in a peaceful easy feeling despite all the fear and confusion the COVID-19 epidemic has caused.
What a COVID19 stay home order means, what is not, and tips to calm your ass down when you feel like you can’t stay home for another minute!
COVID19 and social distancing have taken a lot away from us, but there are a few things they have given the chronically ill that are worth celebrating!
My endometriosis diagnosis provided an answer, while an ill-fated treatment created more pain than I could ever imagine, and why I will never improve.
In this month’s linkup I share what I am looking at, playing, joining, invigorated by, and ditching to make living with my chronic illnesses easier, less painful, and more fun!
Is your chronic life lacking color? Does it feel gray and gloomy? Here are some simple ways to make your life more colorful and enjoyable.
My chronic life was in need of a good purge and revamping! Discover the changes that will make it easier, less painful, and more fun!
Thrive this New Year by following these fibromyalgia and chronic pain-fighting philosophies that will make your life easier, less painful, and more fun!
Life with one or more chronic illnesses is tough. Yet each year we expect our pain riddled bodies to keep up with the ghosts of Christmas or holiday past. Here are a few suggestions to help you survive the holidays!
Vacations typically provide us with an escape from our normal lives. And even if just for a few days, we are able to forget about our worries and escape from the life that is wearing us down. However, if we are not careful, our escape to Fantasyland could make returning to reality more painful than before. What the heck am I talking about? Read on…….