I’m sorry it’s been so long since posting, but as you can imagine, moving overseas is a big job. Add in several chronic conditions, and it’s been a very difficult couple of months for me. My husband and I are mostly settled in now though. We are living with my parents until we are able… Continue reading Sasha: The Service Dog
I’m on a blogging break, so I’m featuring some guest bloggers! They will be sharing their stories and experiences with chronic disease, and I’m excited to share them. Today, we have Carole, who blogs at www.navigatingthestorms.com . Not only is Carole a fantastic writer and advocate, but she is a kind soul who is a great… Continue reading Guest Post! Carole’s Chronicles: by Carole @NavigatingtheStorms.com
I’m on a blogging break, so I’m featuring some guest bloggers! They will be sharing their stories and experiences with chronic disease, and I’m excited to share them. First up, is Robert, over at a30minutelife.com. A wonderful writer, who does a great job raising awareness of life with chronic illness and pain! Community By: Robert… Continue reading Guest Post! Community: by Robert @a30minutelife.com
I’m going to continue to take a break from writing myself, however I’m going to keep my blog going by posting some guest posts!
Sam, over at My Medical Musings, has kindly told me I can share any of her posts, and I will have some other guest pieces coming up in the next few weeks. Look out for them, as they are some excellent writers that have some really great stories to share.
What are the rules for living with a rare bone disease? Where can I find that rule book? That’s the question my husband and I have been contemplating over recent weeks. I want to try and get out a bit more and when I suggested this great plan of mine, you should have seen the […]
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Last week, my husband and I went on a late anniversary trip down south to the Isle of Wight. We spent a lot of time prepping and planning for our holiday. I’ve found that not only does it help to reduce my anxiety, but it helps to ensure that we can relax knowing that things are in… Continue reading Isle of Wight Holiday: Accessibility Review
Next week, my husband and I are going away for a late anniversary trip to the Isle of Wight. That means a road trip down to the coast, staying in a hotel in the New Forest, then a ferry over the next day. We opted to stay in an AirBnB during our stay on the… Continue reading My Holiday Packing List: Disability Edition
This past week, my husband and I celebrated our fourth wedding anniversary. Before we got married, my health was very up and down. We knew that I had issues with chronic pain, and had discussed how that might affect the future. However, I certainly was not sick like I am now. I did have periods… Continue reading Caregiving and Happy Relationships: Not Mutually Exclusive
*Note: I’ve edited this to include transcripts of the images. Due to formatting issues, I’ve had to include them at the bottom of the article. I’m still learning how to include image descriptions, and want to do better with this in the future.* This week, one of the trending, or popular, hashtags on Twitter was… Continue reading #How To Piss Off Disabled People
As I’ve started to write this, I’m watching the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Paralympics. I had a few issues getting the stream working, but boy, was I glad when my husband texted me a possible solution that I managed to get working. You see, I love the Paralympics! The Paralympics go back… Continue reading Why You Should Watch the Paralympic Games
The 28th of February is Rare Disease Day. It’s a day designed to raise awareness of lesser known diseases and conditions. This is so important, not only so that the general public is just more aware of what our lives are like, living with our conditions, but so that we can fight for more funding… Continue reading Rare Disease Day: February 28th