This is a question that I asked myself when I started doing research into chronic illness. It took me a long time to accept that fact that I had a chronic illness and that I would probably be sick for the rest of my life.
I've had POTS for almost four years. Here are a few products that I regularly use that I wish I'd known about sooner:
Last year, I set myself two goals: one personal and one professional and I managed to achieve them both. These days, I find that less is more when coming to setting goals for myself and I have found that I am much happier achieving two things per year than failing to get five things done in a month.
My bullet journal with a crocheted cover *This post contains affiliate links where I earn a small commission from your purchase at no extra cost to you to help support my blog* January- June 2018 Here are a few spreads from my 2018 bullet journal. I just used a random notebook that I had lying… Continue reading 2018 Bullet Journal
The transition from undergraduate to postgraduate is hard for anyone and when you're juggling a chronic illness as well it can feel as if you're drowning.
The holidays can be difficult to navigate when you have a chronic illness. Food, family and traveling can easily throw you into a flare-up.
I made a few of these bobble (puff) stitch trees for Christmas using a sparkly white yarn, but you could easily use them as a woodland themed decor for a party or bedroom.
POTS does not define you- POTS awareness video.