When I realized that had once again been exposed to mold it totally explained why I have not been feeling my best. I knew something was off about the classroom I had been sitting in every week. I felt woozy, my head felt full and I even experienced some anxiety. Each time I went to this building my symptoms got worse and I began to get new symptoms.
Chronic Illness and Christmas
Every year as October came to its end I would begin to stress about the holidays. When you have a chronic illness and especially brain fog, common among Lymies, the holidays can bring about an overwhelm that is unlike any other time of year. It doesn’t have to be that way and so I want to share my 7 secrets for organizing a great Christmas, even if you have a chronic illness. [Read more…]
Are you a homeschool mom who lives with a chronic illness? Maybe you have a child or multiple children who have special needs, chronic illness or both.
If homeschooling with chronic illness is new to you, you may be wondering how you’re going to plan your year and create a homeschool schedule [Read more…]
If you’re homeschooling with chronic illness, I could probably bet that you could use a bit of encouragement! This weekend Ana Willis from They Call Me Blessed, hosted a Free Online Homeschool Retreat! It was so encouraging and I would like to invite you to go to her Facebook Page to hear her [Read more…]
Disclaimer: This post is not meant to diagnose or treat any illness and is strictly for informational purposes only.
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Steps You Can Take to Keep Your Marriage Strong
Recently, I read an article that stated nearly half of all Americans live with chronic illness of some sort. Astonishingly, over 75% of marriages that are affected by chronic illness end in divorce. Spouses who are caregivers are 6 times more likely to suffer from depression.
It’s here, it’s upon us! The holiday season is now in full swing. Christmas with chronic illness is hard and I wondered, are you feeling it yet? Discouragement, overwhelm, frustration, defeat? I wanted to encourage you before you go too far down that road. I know it all too well! I’ve experienced it, lived it and quite frankly, I’m writing this to remind myself.