Managing a Set-Back and the Worry About Doing the Right Thing.
This is a post I wrote especially for ProHealth’s Inspirational Corner and first appeared there a couple of months ago. Like anybody with an illness like ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia or Lyme disease, I’m rather familiar with this kind of setback. Over a total of 15 years of experience with ME/CFS I’ve d
Low Stimulation Uplifting Entertainment: Book review
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Anne Barrows I’ve just read a lovely uplifting book that fit perfectly with my criteria for being really entertaining without overstimulating or causing too much emotional pain, so I just want to share. Entertainment 5/5 low
Making the World a Better Place 5: Creativity
This year I made what could be seen as a very ambitious resolution to make the world a better place. But the reason I made it was that I wanted to show how we don’t have to have lots of energy or even have to try very hard to contribute to making the world a better place. There are lots of really si
Spoonies Saving the World: Our Value as the Canaries in the Coal Mine
For about half of my adult life I have lived with Chronic Illness. But because of that I have learned some very special lessons that healthy people often don’t get faced with. I’ve also had to make a lot of changes to the way I live. Most of these changes and lessons have lead me in a direction that