This blog post was prompted by a Medium article written by Angela Volkov https://elemental.medium.com/you-should-be-sleeping-naked-1886199f05ab I discovered more than 20 years ago that I slept so much better nude than wearing pajamas or nightgowns to bed. I’ve taken my “closet nudist” a step further as I don’t wear panties or a bra during the day either.Continue reading “Sleeping Nude”
After two years of swollen legs and feet, a radiation ulcer on my leg, and lots of pain, I was finally diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphedema 4 weeks ago. After seeing many doctors, a physician’s assistant recognized the symptoms and sent me to an occupational therapist who is also a certified Lymphedema therapist. She toldContinue reading “Lymphedema Treatment”
I posted this last year at this time, but the ideas are still valid. Too many people believe that the virus is very, but it’s not. While we finally do have a vaccine, not enough people have gotten it and too many people still refuse to get it. Covid restrictions will last for several years.Continue reading “Things you can do to make a difference during Covid-19”
There once was a town called Allopath. It had many people, streets and cars, but due to budget limitations, there were no stop signs or traffic lights anywhere in Allopath. Not surprisingly, traffic accidents were common. Cars would crash into each other at nearly every intersection. But business was booming for the auto repair shopsContinue reading “The Town of Allopath”
Covid is more than just dying, it’s life long side effects, some still aren’t known.
“I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.” ~ Maya Angelou
This is the mentality I’m seeing with Trumplicans… It didn’t happen to me, so it must not be true. It did happen to me, but I’m just fine.. people are blowing this out of proportion. So those who died must have had a character flaw, right? But that is all beside the point. The pointContinue reading “Denial”
A great way to help undermine capitalist anti-fat bullshit is to stop assigning moral values to food. There is no such thing as “healthy” food as a universal category–nutrition is way more personal than that. Consider: – A nice big salad full of veggies and fiber is an almost surefire way for a person withContinue reading “Fatphobia”