20 Entertaining Activities For Us Housebound And Bedridden Folks

This post was originally publish on March 13, 2018 and updated on October 8, 2019. In the beginning of your illness you may have been just trying to survive each day, while simultaneously trying to tackle as much as possible to keep life normal. Eventually you reached a point where acceptance settled in, specifically an …

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Researcher is Stepping in and Stepping up for MECFS

Much like the rest of us in the chronic illness community, I use social media to stay abreast of the latest and greatest in medical advances. Thankfully there are some awesome advocates out there, who share their knowledge, not only for free, but also in layman’s terms. I count this as a blessing, and sometimes …

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Making Treasured Memories, At A Cost

As you may or may not have guessed, I’m a stereotypical introvert. I prefer books over happy hour, and large groups of people, for the most part, leave me longing for solitude. For all you extroverts out there who may be curious of why this happens, first of all, I’m sometimes jealous of you 😊, …

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What are you thankful for?

Do you ever spend time really focusing on the goodness in your life? I know, I know that sounds all ‘self-helpy’, but bear with me. There’s a Ted Talk that says that focusing on at least one good thing a day helps rewire your brain to automatically see more goodness in life. I don’t know …

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