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.
‘Tis the season to be jolly! Unless you have psoriatic arthritis–then it is more like the season to be achy, flaring, and exhausted. In my latest article for Healthgrades, I share a few tips to help you survive the holidays.
Join The Disabled Diva for 30 Days of Chronic Thankfulness. It is gratitude with a chronic attitude! Learn more here!
Making holiday plans with chronic illness is no easy task and impossible for some. Here is why I am afraid to commit to any celebrations this year.
Pain management modifications to help you keep up with your most important holiday traditions while preventing and limiting fibromyalgia and arthritis flares from ruining your entire holiday season.
There is nothing normal about living with multiple chronic illnesses. So why do we expect ourselves to adhere to a holiday schedule that many healthy people struggle to keep up with? Today I am sharing why holiday timelines don’t work with chronic illness/pain.
Part of my self-care practice includes recognizing what I have to be thankful for. Join me this November by giving thanks all month long!
My definition of a successful Thanksgiving is one in which doesn’t trigger my chronic illnesses, increase my pain level, nor does it take days or weeks to recover from. Here are some tips to help you achieve the same!