2020 Goals

Hello Spoonies, I normally set my goals for September. I find with the boys it’s the easiest time for me to get into a new routine. The kids are going back to school and are no longer on a summer schedule. This year however, I am having a huge change in my life that willContinue reading “2020 Goals”

Setting Goals with an invisible illness

Hello spoonies, Having goals with a chronic illness sometimes seems really daunting. We are often found wondering if we will even be able to meet the goals we set out. It’s a scary thing because we often assume if we set goals we need to achieve them and it should be fairly easy. I alsoContinue reading “Setting Goals with an invisible illness”

They dont understand-a poem about chronic illness

This is a poem I wrote a while ago when I was having a really big flare. It was at a time when I didn’t talk much about my disease. I felt ashamed because most people didn’t understand how I could look so healthy and yet feel so horrible. I decided to share it willContinue reading “They dont understand-a poem about chronic illness”

Hot and cold and everything in between

Disclaimer:This site contains affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no extra cost to you. For more information go to Disclaimers Hello spoonies, I want to talk about body temperature. If you’re anything like me, temperature changes outside can cause a ton havock, but with meContinue reading “Hot and cold and everything in between”

Two Common Ways to help control Fibro flares

Everyday my illness bring symptoms. Some days more then others. Sometimes I can jump out bed and others I’m crawling. Having fibro means that you need to learn how to cope with your symptoms and how to ‘avoid’ flare-ups. Everyone that has this illness is very different, therefore we all have different ways to copeContinue reading “Two Common Ways to help control Fibro flares”

Disclaimers

Where’s my Spoons? is a strictly a personal blog. It does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medicalContinue reading “Disclaimers”

Why Where’s my Spoons?

Blogging is a conversation, not a code. — Mike Butcher I love this quote. I’ve read many blogs and they do seem to have a conversation aspect about them don’t they? I don’t know if this blog will be successful. Honestly I’ll be happy if just one person reads it. I’ve tried blogging before withContinue reading “Why Where’s my Spoons?”