Lupe sends greetings from Guadalajara and Brian talks about 5 items that have helped alleviate some of Lupe’s complaints regarding having Sjogren’s Syndrome.
This episode discusses the added workload that was put on Lupe as Brian fought off an illness over the weekend. These little things we didn’t think of, but if we had, we could have planned for an easier experience for Lupe.
With the tooth behind us for now and the diet back on point, The energy levels are up and Lupe is on the treadmill, walking at lunch and we even road 11 miles on the bikes.
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.
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?
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.
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
“We still have to live our lives and move forward and not be afraid of all this stuff all the time.” Episode 15, Randy Klein aka “Dude with Sjogren’s”