Oh my dear sugar, I can’t do it anymore. It’s not you, it’s me. Well actually, it is totally you. 100%! I have a bad relationship with sugar. Mainly because I am addicted. It’s horrible for my health and I already have a number of health issues already. Now in my 30’s, I really need … Continue reading Sugar. Nope! J’arrête! N’a pu! Ciao! Goodbye!
Last week I noticed I had some floaters in my eye and increase in headaches. So Last Friday, I saw an ophthalmologist and a neurologist. After a few tests, I was diagnosed with Intracranial Hypertension. Basically, it means I have too much cerebrospinal fluid pressure inside my skull. The neurologist did a lumbar puncture procedure … Continue reading A little pit stop
2018 Was a year of discovery! I’ve discovered so much about my lovely brain and found some answers too. I don’t feel like reviewing my past year, you can read my previous posts if you’re curious. I’m going to jump right into this new year! 2019 will be my year of depth. What’s a depth year? Instead … Continue reading 2019 My depth year
It’s been 425 days since my last day worked. A lot of times, when I talk to people about being off on disability, I get reactions like “must be nice to be off work” “you’re basically on vacation” “wish I could do nothing all day”. Just because I’m on a medical leave, it doesn’t … Continue reading Time for a vacation!
I usually get sad when summer is near the end. Not this year! I’m welcoming fall with open arms. I had enough of the 30+ humid weather. Bring on sweater weather, pumpkin spice everything and layers of blankets. Fall is my favourite season. The cool nights, beautiful colours of nature, wonderful and crisp smell of the season. … Continue reading Bring on Fall
I’ve always loved doing Arts and crafts, but it took a few years before I found what I really love doing. Mixed media art is the my new found passion and my brain loves it too. I don’t have to focus as much compared to making cards. I don’t have to use any rulers or … Continue reading Mixed Media Art loved by my heart and brain.
I’m not talking about a light or heavy weight therapy . Light, as in lighting, therapy. What is that? It’s actually really interesting. Back in April, I was diagnosed with midline shift syndrome and post trauma vision syndrome. I started vision therapy treatments this summer. Dr Sue Burbine is the only specialized optometrist in New-Brunswick … Continue reading Light therapy
If you know me well, you know I love jokes. Puns and lame jokes are the best. haha! I always have a couple pages in my bullet journal with jokes I found either online on joke factory, on tv or I heard it from someone else. Sometimes, I'll read some in my journal and even if … Continue reading Jokes and quotes!
Have you ever tried to stop from coughing in a quiet setting? Have an itch you can’t scratch? Feel like a sneeze is coming but won’t sneeze? If you just coughed or scratched an itch after reading that. That feeling that you need to do it right away is constant for people with Tourette Syndrome. … Continue reading Let’s talk about Tourette Syndrome
We are at a point now that we understand how much our environment is being destroyed by trash, mostly plastic. It’s found all over the world and it’s killing innocent wildlife along with our planet. “The world went and got itself in a big damn hurry.” -Brooks Hatlen I love that quote and it’s true! We … Continue reading Reduce, Reuse, Recycle