The terrible, horrible, no good, very bad

I try to be a happy person. Each day I like to write three things or people I am grateful for to help me focus on my happiness journey. Since becoming sick and joining the chronic community I've felt particularly pressured to be "happy", to have a "positive outlook" on life. No one wants to…

Just an update.

It’s been a rough crps week. It was particularly discouraging after 5-6 great weeks thanks to the neridronic acid clinical trial I’m a part of. Weeks like this make me especially grateful for a handsome hubby who takes care of me and the house without complaint and a fuzzy critter who cuddles me when I…

Keeping your spoons for Christmas

From the stress of getting the perfect presents, the decorating, the travel, the food, and the socialization. Holidays can be chaotic and stressful for everyone but with chronic illness the hustle and bustle can really take it's toll. Having a chronic illness doesn't mean you have to use all your spoons to participate in the…