Now that I'm back on me medicine I have been sleepier. I knew that that would be a side effect, but I forgot how intense it was. I feel as though I can clock out at any minute. I get enough sleep at night, but if I take my anxiety medicine it doesn't matter. But … Continue reading Can I Get Any Sleepier?
After quarantining for two weeks and losing my taste I am now COVID-19 free. I'll admit the worse part of having the coronavirus was not being about to hug and kiss my family. I love my parents and enjoy spending time with them, but I couldn't. I hate that I still can't taste any food. … Continue reading I’m COVID free!
After months of taking precautions, I finally got COVID-19. I really don't know how I got it, but I have it. But I am not dying. I am actually doing fine. I was only sick for a week and a half and then I was ok. I can't say that having the coronavirus is the … Continue reading I have COVID-19
The health craze is far from over and if you are trying to squeeze a new lifestyle into your schedule it might be harder than it looks. How many articles have you read or T.V. segments have you watched that emphasized the need to live a healthier lifestyle? There have been many in the past … Continue reading How to Stay Healthy and Get Results
When I was diagnosed with OCD last year I wasn't seeing much of my future. I was inside a bubble of fear, sure that nothing would ever change about me and that I was destined to be miserable for the rest of my life. The stability that I was going to gain didn't seem logical … Continue reading Taking it One Day at a Time
That most important meal of the day is my least important meal of the hour. I don't like eating between seven and ten in the morning. If I eat waffles I want them at six pm. I used eat breakfast because I had to but as I grew older I skipped the meal. I didn't … Continue reading I Don’t Like Breakfast
I was six years old and leaning back in my green plastic kiddie chair in the living room watching evening cartoons with my little brother when I broke my wrist. I screamed and ran into my mom's room with my floppy limb in my hands and I recall her saying, "I told you!" I had … Continue reading The Groans and Aches of Broken Bones
We all know that we are supposed to exercise, but knowing you are supposed to do something doesn't make you do. Another thing, telling people what bad things can happen will not scare them into not doing something or doing something, thus the reason we still have smokers. But healthcare website, health bloggers, and doctors … Continue reading Me vs Exercise
It is an unspoken rule in my house to never use my bathroom. I really don’t know how the rule started, but it’s in place. People using my bathroom never bothered me when I was a kid. Maybe because I never cleaned it, my dad did. I just pooped, peed, showered and bathed. During family … Continue reading The Bathroom Policy
For the longest time, I refused to drink water because it tastes like nothing. I always wanted a soda or kool-aid or just something sweet. Sweet drinks taste good and go well with food. There is nothing like a good meal with a Coke on the side. I refused to drink water because not only … Continue reading Water is Good for You