Last week, I posted about resting and the importance of taking the time for self-care without feeling guilty. It's a common problem in our go-go-go world, where there are always errands to run, household chores to get through, work to do, exercise hopefully, eating right, not to mention connecting with family and friends. It's not… Continue reading Pacing: Whoa, Nelly or Go, Nelly?
Take time to do the things that recharge your spirit, and don't allow those niggling feelings of guilt any space at all.
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Brain fog causes issues with processing and comprehension. Here are some things to remember to help conversations flow more easily when you’re speaking to someone with brain fog. 1. Don't change the subject. It's a very wavery tightrope to collect your thoughts and articulate them clearly when your brain is drowning in cotton. When you… Continue reading 5 Tips: How to converse with a ‘foggy’
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