I'm sick but I'm pretty

~ I have been 'mistaken' for a princess by children on multiple occasions. Just saying. ~

she-is-glue:

the1kydstare:

duskball:

lame-waves:

i guess i recorded an ice bucket challenge today after i got my wisdom teeth out ??

Holy fuxki shit

Best one yet.

This is so sweet and also the funniest thing I’ve ever seen

spoonie-living:

This is my spoon jar! It’s something I can turn to when I’m feeling overwhelmed and depressed and need to stay busy. 

The stress of a chronic illness plus an anxiety disorder means I need this sort of thing a lot, and I thought it’d be fun to make it a physical thing rather than just a list (there’s something nice about a cute thing you can hold, you know?). It’s inspired by those cute little “date jars” going around Pinterest—except this is for a date with myself ^^

Instead of popsicle sticks, I found some great single-use wooden spoons, which are nice and lightweight, inexpensive, and have bowls shallow enough to write on! Finding a pen that wouldn’t bleed on the wood was a bit of a challenge, but once I found it, this was super easy to make. 

A Brief Guide to Talking to Your Professors about Your Chronic Illness/Disability

chronicallypainful:

Most of this comes from a question that I answered a while back, but I wanted to polish it up and repost for everyone who’s currently going back to college/university. Hopefully I can help you with some good communication to get your semester started out right!

1. Get registered with your…

I’m reblogging this mostly for my own benefit, but also for anyone else going to university this autumn with a disability. I’m returning after taking time out for about 9 months and I’m actually really nervous about how well I will cope with the workload and attendance, so if anyone has advice about doing a degree with a chronic illness(es) I’d be super grateful for any tips/experiences! 

Another garden visitor, (almost temporarily obscured by a wasp)

Another garden visitor, (almost temporarily obscured by a wasp)