I dream of a quiet oasis in which the world runs on my clock. Hope is spreading out in a sacred space full of wholesome goodness and a slower pace.
Having a chronic illness makes it difficult to feel hopeful. It’s easier to feel depressed and anxious, too. But it’s not always like that for everyone.
Today’s prompt: Watch The power of vulnerability by Brené Brown. How can you use what she says to help you put your dreams into perspective that leads to action? The road to […]
I responded to today’s challenge prompt at Migraine.com. Then I got to reading more about Haruki Murakami and discovered another quote that prompted a different thought regarding migraine and headache […]
Today’s prompt: Describe your Headache or Migraine monster – what does it look like in your imagination or your dreams? Last year during a different blogging challenge, I was asked […]
Headache medicine needs dreamers. We need people who will not be held back by what is already known. The cause, and eventually the cure, will be found by explorers, pioneers, and dreamers.
Okay, so I talk a lot. My video is closer to 10 minutes long. Please bear with me. I’m not a big fan of photos or videos of me, so I could only stand to do one take.
How many times do we get lost in our own version of this mirror? We say, “If only these migraines would just go away, I would really live.”
What do you do with unsolicited health advice? The way I see it, I can either gracefully accept it, politely decline it, counter the advice with education, or tear the giver apart in frustration. I completely understand the urge to give in to the latter. After all, even well-meaning advice is often base in ignorance.
Inspired by a post from Kerrie Smyres on Migraine.com, I began rating migraines differently, using a “red/yellow/green light” system to track the quality of my life each day. After about […]