The opposite of Nothing is Something. And if one can’t find Something, sometimes the solution is Anything. That’s the conclusion I came to yesterday. I
This is not another piece about how to maintain one’s diet through the holidays. This is a piece about saying fuck it to that nonsense.
It’s been a shit few years or so. 2019 is the first one that’s ending on a true, sustainable upswing. It’s Thanksgiving week, and I
I continue to be amazed by my lack of pain. Every movement is a joy and I am constantly on the verge of bursting into
All week I’ve been in unbelievable pain. My hip and lower back were acting up again. It’s something that has always bothered me and it
Yesterday morning, I bemoaned not having a partner to help me while I’m laid up with back pain. Later in the day, I found a
“Blinding pain” is one of those expressions one reads and hopes to never fully understand. It’s an apt description, though. There is a certain degree
Is it normal for problems to become even more agonizingly painful shortly after starting physical therapy? At much urging from friends, I finally looked into
Yesterday, I did something I always mean to do on Sundays and never actually get around to. I prepped my meals for the week. I’m
TGIF. This whole week has been an endless slog through horrible exhaustion. The clocks changing seem to impact me differently than others. I don’t understand
I’m supposed to be avoiding hot peppers (including chili flakes and chili powder and hot sauces) but… No. I’ve done a lot of elimination diets
Once a year I indulge in stuffed squash for dinner. A whole acorn squash, with maple syrup and brown sugar and butter, and that’s it.
The doctor’s appointment to discuss the heading disorientation I experienced a few weeks ago is today. I’m nervous. If I’m being honest with myself (and
I dreamed about pastries last night. Éclairés, mainly, but others as well. My dream had me in Quincy Market in downtown Boston. Not in the
Very few of you comment directly on this blog. You will, however, contact me privately with your thoughts. I find this completely understandable; I rarely