Living with a laundry list of chronic illnesses and other diagnoses means my health needs to be a top priority. From managing my daily pills and nutrient levels to fitting in regular workouts and drinking enough water, I work every day to be a little bit healthier.
I’m not here to say you need to weigh X number of pounds, follow a certain diet, or commit to a particular workout plan. I’m not a medical, fitness, or nutritional professional. But we can work on being even a little healthier together!
With many productivity tools focusing on healthy, neurotypical users, they won’t all work for disabled folks who want to be
From research and my own experience, I’ve created a sort of guide to productivity with chronic illness, to help me
I’ve gotten good at managing an overloaded schedule but it’s not sustainable. Instead, I’m working on a path to burnout
My smartphone is an invaluable health & wellness tool, especially with the best healthy lifestyle apps I've tried (and loved!)
Some of the best tools I've found to manage chronic illness come from my smartphone. These are the best apps
I've come across countless ways to drink more water. Try one or test out a few of my favourites and