Change hope and uncertainty are scary things that come up a lot during life as a chronically ill person. So let’s talk about it.
For the last 4 years I’ve been dealing with something called adrenal insufficiency caused by my steroids. It all started with increasing my immunosuppressants. My body needed more immunosuppressants but it made me severely anemic so I had to start steroids to move on to another drug. Bare in mind before this I was mostly… Continue reading My Adrenal Insufficency
Spoonie Essentials There’s so many smal things in my daily life that help me so much. It’s taken a lot to find these tools and I’m so glad I have them now! So here’s the things which help me! Electric Heating Blanket I have had an electric blanket for a few years now and it’s… Continue reading My Spoonie Essentials
COMPACTCATH review I was recently sent some free catheters to try & review. The brand is called compact cath and they make well, compact catheters. These catheters are different to other designs I’ve seen since they come in this kind of disc shaped spiral which makes it super small and flat in your bag or… Continue reading Review: COMPACTCATH
Lessons I’ve learnt through my ED recovery thanks to the body acceptance movements: * BEING FAT IS OKAY. * Not all overweight people are unhealthy. Your BMI does not dictate how good or bad your vitals are. (Read about Health At Every Size) * Fat is just a descriptor. The word fat is only bad… Continue reading Lessons In Recovery
TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER.
March is Neuromyelitis optica awareness month. This is the disease I have and I would love to share some brief info to educate you.
In honour of eating disorder awareness week ( a little late) I’m chiosingbtonshare myneating dsirsoer Story, what it was like mentally and my recovery and appreciation of the body acceptance movements.
I love YouTube and decided to write a list of Youtubers with chronic issues because representation is important.
I’ve had my autoimmune disease since the age of four (2006). Since I was little my mum has used social media to connect to other patients and get information, because my disease is rare there wasn’t very much out there. But she found a small group of about twenty people on google hangouts, which has… Continue reading World in my hands