A few years ago I wrote about the “spoonie” hypothesis. Basically it defines individual spoons as units of energy, and notes that each person is … Read more
Training for a marathon walk takes a lot more time and energy than this spoonie realized.
Writers with chronic illnesses, whether that’s fibromyalgia, mental health issues, ALS, multiple sclerosis, etc., often feel like we are seriously limited in our ability to produce quality work. Here are five tips to help you do what you can without using up all of your spoons.
*Edited Dec 13 to add link to post on Bernadette Conant, CEO of Canadian Water Network. *Edited Dec 14 to add link to Editors BC … Read more
It’s absolutely pouring outside. The wind is blowing the rain up against the windows as if it’s trying to get in the house, while water … Read more
Note: Edited 22 Jul 2017 to add comment from Alex Riley. I’ve had some conversations about mental health lately that have made me think a … Read more