So, I was doing well on my elimination diet for my MCAS–which is very restrictive–before we lost Morgana. Then, I admit, I kind of lost it and didn’t stick to it like I should. So now, working to get back
I haven’t written much about the pandemic, not really. So many people seem to be under the assumption that it’s almost over. Sorry, but no. And for those of us who cannot get vaccinated due to chronic illness (my doctor
Hey peeps! I hope you’re braving the heat. Here it’s going to be very bad this weekend, especially for this area. And for me. We’re supposed to be getting into the upper 90s to 100 this weekend and that’s just
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So, my birthday’s this month, and one of the things I’m all about this year, besides career, is self-care. Last year, I just lapsed into letting the MCAS take over–which it’s hard not to do–and I was so depressed about
Life with MCAS can be daunting, and one of the hardest things is managing diet. For one thing, everybody with MCAS will have different needs. So many things can cause reactions but some days, one thing will be all right,
As a writer, I lead a fairly sedentary and stressful life. As a person who has MCAS, I desperately need to watch my stress levels, and I need to keep my emotions as calm, or as joyful, as possible. IOW:
Since we are in the month of January, when a lot of people make goals and resolutions, I’m thinking about exercise. Honestly, if it weren’t for my pain levels, I would enjoy exercising a lot more than I do. I