Toot toot! I normally only post once a week, but I had to share. Despite that crazy old gal Life tossing all sorts of obstacles in my way this month, I managed to succeed at the word count goal I set for myself for Camp Nanowrimo. I had no idea how many words I would… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo – Yay Me!
Walking the tightrope of ms relapse prevention and symptom management while juggling life stress, heat intolerance, sensory overload, the ogre of depression and its craptastic partner-in-crime, anxiety.
How do you describe depression?
https://youtu.be/hj7LRuusFqo 525,600 minutes in a year. That's 1440 minutes every day that each person has to make the myriad of choices, big and small, that we all face daily. Ultimately though, the one choice that will really make a meaningful difference in this world, both for individuals and for humanity as a whole, as trite… Continue reading No day but today – Fight the trumpidemic!
Any writer is a reader first, and I've always been an avid reader. However, when it comes to which books I read, like most things with the monster there are two parts of my life: before relapse and after relapse. Having RRMS, I've obviously had many relapses. I'm talking about the life-changing, brain-frying relapse that… Continue reading Writing: From Phobia to Freedom