Favorite Things, Part Two
Yesterday I shared my favorite booties and mittens that help warm up my hand and foot joints. Today I want Read more.
Favorite Things, Part One
If you’re lucky enough to suffer from moderate to severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, like me, you probably have a collection of Read more.
It’s a Good Thing
Good Things About Having Rheumatoid Arthritis Due to almost always having a low grade fever, my cheeks have a natural Read more.
If you’re like me, you’re constantly looking for places to track your Rheumatoid Arthritis disease activity. I have a journal, Read more.
I often ignore the fact that my rheumy diagnosed me with fibromyalgia last year. I think of my battle with Read more.
In hopes of finding something, that’s not in pill form, to help combat the pain and fatigue from my Rheumatoid Read more.
Get used to it
It’s hard to pinpoint when I got used to being a diabetic. I’ve had this disease for 27 years now Read more.
I just had labs drawn. I know, you’re shocked. A gal with Type 1 Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, & a jerk Read more.
Today I realized that I am often doing a disservice to the Type One Diabetes community. How? By publicly acting Read more.
Since Twitter limits my complaining to a few characters, I’m turning to my blog to vent tonight. I apologize. I Read more.
Is it worth it?
As I near the end of my day long methotrexate hangover, I can’t stop asking myself is it worth it? When Read more.
Taking a cue from Adam Brown’s recent post, write a post documenting what you eat in a day! Feel free to Read more.