Fibrant Living: Being an active part of your own health care team, part I

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!

Fibrant Living: Fight Brain Fog!

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?

Fibrant Living: Chronic Illnesses & Education

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.