It is January 2017, and time for another Virtual Coffee Date. Go ahead and grab a hot beverage, and I will tell you what has been happening.
I am making my annual trek to my family for Christmas. In Christmas, Family, & Traveling with Epilepsy, I talked about the preparations that I would make for my trips.
Last year, I was taken to the ER while visiting my family in another state. I wonder if there is something I can do to prevent a repeat of that incident.
In the past, I brought along a mp3 player (iPod) to listen to meditation / relaxation music. It helps keep me relaxed during the flight. However, my mp3 player died, so I will have to try to find an affordable replacement before the flight.
My neurologist bumped up my meds since the incident. I will need to double check my Medic Alert information to make sure it is correct. I already have enough medicine to last until January, so that will not be a problem.
I need to call my health insurance company to find out what sort of coverage I will have when traveling out of state. I changed my insurance since last year. If something does happen, I hope they will at least pay for some of the ER bill.
Do you have any recommendations for my trip? What has worked for you when you last traveled?
My thoughts this Thanksgiving are a bit chaotic. This is my first Thanksgiving where I will not be around family or friends. I’m not quite sure how to deal with the situation.
I am so depressed over the outcome of my country’s (United States) election (not to the point where I need to start calling in a suicide hotline.) I am having serious thoughts about how this is going to affect my future.
I am so depressed over the outcome of my country’s (United States) election (not to the point where I need to start calling a suicide hotline.) I am having serious thoughts about how this is going to affect my future.
I have been doing the best I can to cope with the fatigue that I mentioned in Breaking out of my Routine. I finally got to see the doctor, but the hardest part was waiting for the results.
For some time now, I have felt exhausted frequently, and had little desire to do anything. It has been difficult for me to get things done.
My mood has taken a turn for the worse lately. It is summer, and the weather is beautiful. I should be out enjoying all that beauty while it lasts. Unfortunately, It is difficult for me to find the ambition.
My mood has taken a turn for the worse lately. It is summer, and the weather is beautiful. I should be out enjoying all that beauty while it lasts.