Have you ever just sat staring into space pondering over a simple decision and then before you know it, 15 minutes has passed and you've forgotten what you were doing or given up and moved onto something else? That's what I like to refer to as my decision fatigue. Life with both a physical and … Continue reading How I reduce my decision fatigue.
Since being diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome my life has been challenging to say the least. Before my illness I was working full time and living alone. My house was mortgaged but I was managing pretty well financially. I had spare cash every month to spend on whatever I wanted and I enjoyed having my own … Continue reading Living alone with a chronic illness is really hard.
Since my Guillain-Barre Syndrome diagnosis, one of the the things I've noticed is that people often don't consider me to be 'sick' or disabled if visually there is nothing wrong with me. Huge assumptions are made based on how I look. I don't have a wheelchair or walking aid so it's assumed I don't have … Continue reading Spoon Theory Explained.