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 to thank a caregiver
Family caregivers give a lot and don’t always get much in return. As much as they love the people they care for, the work involved in family caregiving can be exhausting.
More feed yourself
I feel like I just got comfortable with having salad for lunch every day in a wrap. But it’s so cold now! (Ha, OK: February in San Francisco!)
Other emergency prep
MSers are better able to emotionally handle the unexpected. Our disease kinda makes us experts. But equally, the impact on our physical needs can be compounded.
Group wheelchair posing
I’m no longer embarrassed by my chair; I kind of like it in the photo now. I’ve started collecting pictures of other people in wheelchairs like these as sample poses.
MSers: Resist brain atrophy
Currently, there is no recognized way to reverse brain atrophy. So do your best to resist!
How I moved to telework
I’m an MSer. And I’m disabled. And I still work a full-time job. From home. Curious?
My salad wraps
One of the ways I aim to increase my leafy greens intake is to eat salad for lunch. But one problem is that I’m not a salad person (you know, I.don’t.like.salads).
I celebrate my carepartner: my Mom
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom, and thanks!
Einstein ❤ compound interest?
Did Albert Einstein declare compound interest to be ‘the most powerful force in the universe’? The website snopes.com which tries to verify urban legends rules it “dubious”. Nevertheless, I geek out a little on the idea.