Given that I spent most of the last 10 months in my bed, I thought it would be a great time to talk about the essential items every bedbound person needs and what we must have if we're going to be left alone for any chunk of time. Of course, I want my readers to not only survive, but thrive. So, I'll be sharing some ways I've learned to be bedbound and still feel fulfilled.
Forget the Better Homes and Gardens version of focusing on making your space inviting to others. This redecorating needs to be all about you. Who cares what Aunt Helen thinks.
It's our 2nd annual Spoonie Small Business Holiday Gift Guide! Loaded with gifts made by and for spoonies!! Find gifts for loved ones, add a few to your own wish list, or find the perfect gift for that special spoonie in your life.
There are a number of things pop sockets can do to decrease hand pain and add convenience to your smart phone or tablet, including the ability to raise awareness everywhere you go for your chronic illness condition! Plus a possible fix for using a Pop Socket with a case, which was a must for me.
September’s Heroes are the dynamic duos Caide and Madi, who run Recovery Buddy Parcels together. A new service, Recovery Buddy Parcels works worldwide to pair people with chronic health and mental illnesses together. These Buddies then lend each other support and occasionally exchange small, inexpensive gifts to help raise flagging spirits during tough times. The … Continue reading September Superheroes Caide & Madi!