Tag: rheumatoid arthritis

Are You Living with Painsomnia? Pain driven sleeplessness and you.

You toss and turn, desperate for a comfortable position and much needed rest.  The clock seems to taunt you as minutes turn to hours and still, sleep does not come.  Not for lack of exhaustion, mind you, you are certain you could sleep for… Continue Reading “Are You Living with Painsomnia? Pain driven sleeplessness and you.”

2019 Year In Review

It’s hard to believe 2019 is about to come to an end.  What a year it has been! A year full of changes and challenges.  I’m happy to say I tackled every last one of them!   Looking back at where I was at this… Continue Reading “2019 Year In Review”

Surviving Christmas With Rheumatoid Arthritis

It’s almost here!  The most wonderful time of the year, or so the song says.  If you have rheumatoid arthritis it may look more like a danger laden obstacle course than a time for joyous celebration.  Filled with stress, commitments, and expectations, Christmas is… Continue Reading “Surviving Christmas With Rheumatoid Arthritis”

Best Gifts for Rheumatoid Arthritis 2019 Edition

If you have a loved one with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), you have probably noticed that it comes with its own set of challenges.  Aching joints, exhaustion, and physical limitations are likely to rule their lives.  Give them the gift of relief this year!  We… Continue Reading “Best Gifts for Rheumatoid Arthritis 2019 Edition”

Frost Bitten and Shivering

The sun shines brightly on the shimmering ice, Frost bitten and shivering, the world comes to life The light hits my lids and they begin to open Then I move my big toe and the spell is broken. With a crunch and crack, I… Continue Reading “Frost Bitten and Shivering”

Keep Warm and Carry On- Surviving Winter with Arthritis

There is no doubt about it, winter with arthritis can be rough. The following tips can make it more bearable.

The Road To Disability

Becoming disabled is not an easy road. Read on for my story.

Accepting the unacceptable- when it is okay to refuse to make lemonade

Dealing with setbacks can be challenging. Sometimes it is okay to not be okay. To refuse to turn those lemons into lemonade.

In Pursuit of Hope, Magic, and Better Days

The continuing saga of life with rheumatoid arthritis.

Hectic Life Survival Strategies: How proper prior planning prevents piss poor performance.

Life with chronic disease comes with special challenges. One of them is finding the energy and ability to tackle life when things get really busy.

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