I started a new series at Fibrant Living today about being an active part of your own health care team. It’s important for anyone, but vital for those of us with complex or chronic conditions.
I got to go to the library again today, thanks to Steven! We also had a great lunch at Johnny’s Pizza. I have enough of my calzone left for another two meals, in fact (at least).
Now I have five more books with which to continue my studies, so I should get on with it!
Over at Fibrant Living, I’m talking about ways to fight brain fog. That’s a problem for people with chronic pain, depression, and other disorders, and I’d love to hear about how some of you deal with it.
I’m in a good mood. It’s a lovely day, I’m learning things, and I’ve got things to look forward to. How about you?
I missed mentioning an FL post yesterday! It’s one that has been in the works for a while, Canaries Are Us.
I’m mostly posting a note here for ease of recordkeeping for Blog365, but I also know a fair number of people who suffer from migraines or other chronic illnesses and probably don’t read Fibrant Living. Today’s post is over there, and has a pointer to a good resource for anyone who has headaches.
Today’s post is at Fibrant Living. I want to talk about working with a chronic illness, or returning to work after you’ve developed one. Please comment there!