May Is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, BE AWARE! —

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com This is a popular post from years gone by that ties in perfectly with Lyme Awareness Month. The post has been added to over time and will no doubt repeat some things. Try to look at it as segments. Just like the span or segment between the last entry and […]

May Is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, BE AWARE! —

Every Day Health Hacks —

Despite having Chronic Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, Hypogammaglobulinemia, and Dementia, I’ve been relatively healthy for the past six months. I count my blessings and chalk it up to some big lifestyle changes.   I believe self-care is the things we do every day to stay healthy, not just the special moments we spend taking care of ourselves. […]

Every Day Health Hacks —

Fibromyalgia Thoughts #4 Living Without A Flair —

Vacuumed kitchen and dining room. Mopped kitchen. Applied cuticle cream twice. Vacuumed part of the living room, still need to clean the floor. Potted two house plants. Enjoyed a candle for a few minutes. Emptied dishwasher. Woke up 4:00 A.M. with the puppy. Haven’t taken a nap. I cleaned up but no shower, those […]

Fibromyalgia Thoughts #4 Living Without A Flair —

Natural Insect Repellent Spray Made With Essential Oils — Looking For The Light

Just in time for your summer vacation, ok, Covid-19 vacay. A natural incest repellent is a great alternative for those with sensitive skin or other skin allergies. Remember natural sprays do not contain DEET which can keep mosquitoes and ticks at bay that carry tick-borne illnesses like Lyme Disease. Be Well Melinda Willow & Sage […]

Natural Insect Repellent Spray Made With Essential Oils — Looking For The Light

How Medical Education Is Missing the Bull’s-eye — Looking For The Light

The New England Journal of Medicine LaShyra Nolen, B.S. Moving through the world as a black woman, I am accustomed to not being represented as “the norm.” Everything from the hue of the Band-Aids that cover my wounds to the heroes in the movies I watch makes me acutely aware of my deviation from what […]

How Medical Education Is Missing the Bull’s-eye — Looking For The Light