Ownership and accountability for decision. Sjogren’s has changed my life, but I’m tired of using it as a crutch to be lazy and make poor decisions.
At the end of the day, especially when you’re tired, it can be difficult to make changes to your routine, but I will work on establishing an evening routine to prepare myself for a restful evening. I feel sleeping through the night is one of my biggest challenges.
Not sure if it is something we would do, so we wanted to share what we learned and ask if any of you have participated in clinical trials?
Lupe &: Welcome to another episode of Sjogren’s Strong. Brian: This is Brian. Lupe: And this is Lupe. Brian: So…
This week we talk about stress and how it has been manifesting itself as pain. Hitting the Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundations website, we review a Patient Education Sheet on Chronic Pain and what we have been doing to treat these new and persistent problems.
The one thing that we cannot control is how much time there’s in a day. So, do not waste one precious minute of it on something that is not fulfilling. If it’s not bringing peace or joy into your life, eliminate it.. Don’t worry about hurting people’s feelings. You matter. Take care of yourself first.
Organization can be a bit tough with a Chronic Illness and a symptom of “Brain Fog”, but taking the extra time to set yourself up for success can pay off. In this episode, Lupe discusses how she organizes for Work & School.
Lupe has been hitting it hard, Work, School, and hitting the wall. Listen to what she has been doing to help fight the fatigue associated with Sjogren’s.
The lunch fairy, the dishwasher fairy, I don’t know if you guys have a fairy like that, but I love my fairy. Sjogren’s Strong episode 23
“It’s these little preparations that can keep you comfortable and enjoying being away from the house.”
Lupe talks about what’s in Her “Sjogren’s Survival Kit”