This is just a short life update. I am still planning on sitting down and writing a post about everything that has been going on with me lately, but that one in particular is going to take a couple of hours to write. Please bear with me until I can find the time! I’m actually … Continue reading Ambitions
I have an idea for a browser-based spoonie flash game. I'm going to lean how to use Adobe Animate to make it, and I have a basic concept for the game, but I would really love to get some feedback and suggestions from my fellow spoonies. The point of this game is to help people … Continue reading Spoonie flash game idea! (updated 1/11)
A sign on a bridge says that it can hold two tons of weight. If the bridge builder tells you you can not drive a three ton vehicle across it, he is not being a defeatist, he is admitting that the bridge has limits and he is protecting it from being destroyed. I think that … Continue reading Crossing Your Bridge: The difference between defeatism and realism
The title of this article might seem absurd to most people, but those of us living with chronic illness won't even do a double-take. Generally, people have good health that is consistent day-to-day, save for the occasional cold or flu, so this isn't something most people even think to consider. It's hard for most people … Continue reading The guilt of feeling well
I often find myself referencing the time I spent trying to work despite the complications caused by my Panhypopituitarism, so I decided I should probably dedicate a post to it, that way I can insert a link for reference rather than making every post referencing it unnecessarily long. *** Heads up- I do utilize some … Continue reading From part-time employee to full-time patient: Losing a job due to chronic illness
I know it has been forever since my last detailed health update, so I decided to get you guys all caught up on what has been going on over the last year or so.