Advocacy, Getting Healthy

Migraine is (still) no joke

The Fifth Annual Migraine World Summit is winding down. This is my fifth year to participate online, and once again I have come away inspired, encouraged, and armed with updated information from leading doctors, researchers, and advocates. Comedian and writer, Whitney Cummings--author of I'm Fine... and other Lies, and swimmer and four-time Olympian, Amanda Beard--author… Continue reading Migraine is (still) no joke

Miscellaneous

Hand-washing and Gratitude

Friday was my birthday. What was to be a big weekend for me was pretty much high-jacked by the coronavirus. But my husband, son, and daughter-in-love did gather for a little while to celebrate another year. Which is more important than you might think because I'm one of the "at risk" population. See, I have… Continue reading Hand-washing and Gratitude

Getting Healthy, My Life, Productivity

Updates & 5 Productivity tips…

Sitting up, dressed, AND drinking coffee for the first time in almost 10 days. Maybe I'm starting to adapt to the med change? Oh, I hope so. So much I want to do... (If you're not sure what's been going on, check mine and Gizmo's social media. Links at the bottom of the page.) So… Continue reading Updates & 5 Productivity tips…

Getting Healthy

#TrueMigrainePose

We're coming to the end of Migraine & Headache Awareness Month, and I have to say I'm rather disappointed and actually a little bit angry. I'm disappointed that... there are over 37 million migraine sufferers in America, yet funding for research for this disease is less than $0.50 per Migraineur. for so many people in… Continue reading #TrueMigrainePose

My Life

… down she fell… now what?

This is another blog post that started out as a Facebook status update, but grew too long, and seems appropriate for a blog post. Actually, this may be happening regularly for the next four to six weeks. Thank you to my personal Facebook friends for all your prayers and kind words. It's going to be… Continue reading … down she fell… now what?

Getting Healthy

Life after Stroke: What I have Learned

May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and various organizations using social media have been doing an excellent job getting out information regarding warnings and symptoms related to stroke. I would like to use this post to flesh out some of those thoughts, and remark on some of the most prevalent comments and myths I hear… Continue reading Life after Stroke: What I have Learned