It’s OK To Be Tired

I'm tired.....so tired! I'm not depressed, I'm not sad, I'm just tired. My body is exhausted from fighting with itself daily. It can't even get a divorce from it's rare disease and walk away to a struggle free life. I'm just tired. Tired of medication. All the planning and administration, that goes into a meals … Continue reading It’s OK To Be Tired

“I Should, I Better, I Have To” …..No, You Really Don’t!!

How often do you tell yourself " I should be doing such and such" or " I'd better do this or that" ? We all do it. It's like we are programmed from birth to constantly have a catalogue of "should do, must do, better do", all filed in the front of our minds for … Continue reading “I Should, I Better, I Have To” …..No, You Really Don’t!!

It’s “Chronically” Close To Christmas

It's on its way! There is no stopping it! Christmas is coming! This thought will either excite you or leave you trembling with trepidation. Or maybe the jury is out on how you feel, but generally the Christmas/ Holiday Season and the lead up to the big day, is forefront of mind during November. For … Continue reading It’s “Chronically” Close To Christmas

Can You Have A Chronic Illness And A “To Do” List?

How many times have you written a "To Do List" this week? How many times have you looked at this list and felt like it's an impossible dream? How many times have you felt useless because you've only ticked off a few items? How many times have you looked at the list and felt like … Continue reading Can You Have A Chronic Illness And A “To Do” List?

I Love My Phone!! It’s My Chronic Illness Lifeline.

For those of us with Chronic Diseases, who are disabled to a point where getting out and about is difficult, our phones can be our lifeline. Many of us can no longer work and have given up exciting and rewarding careers because of our health. Connecting with others through blogging, writing, managing or participating in online support forums, provides opportunities to connect with the wider community, in a meaningful way, from our homes or hospital beds.