Stress and my “clutter threshold”
We all have our own “clutter threshold,” the point at which all the stuff we own has become overwhelming. That if we live above it, our space is out of control and hard to keep clean, but if we can declutter down below it, our space at least stays manageable.
How you think matters
When the logical part of my brain shuts down at night, the right side, the creative part, is always on. And, as it turns out, is very gullible.
Play the cards you are dealt
When you are first diagnosed with MS, and you suddenly feel like you are in free-fall, it’s helpful to quickly assess your basic situation: your shelter, money & food.
Another MS diet
As I was going through some of my older blog posts, I found one which led me to what is now known as The Wahls Protocol. Seems time to try another plan.
cum grano salis* or be wary
I do love me a good diet test! I start the Wahl’s Protocol.
My life’s quality
In the movie The Bone Collector, Denzel Washington plays a quadriplegic crime scene investigator. As I become more disabled, I have become interested in this story line.
The good use of my time
Now that I am more disabled, I find that I’d rather spend my limited energy on other things. Like this MSFriends Peer Support Hotline.
We got a used one on Craigslist. How will I know when it is time to use it?
My world is narrowing
I’m not bringing this up to encourage pity or sympathy. I’m trying to examine and explain it logically and with detachment.