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So it was sixteen weeks last Monday. This week I had my last physiotherapy. I was still in the waiting room recognizing that it is actually all up to me now how much I do and how fast I recover. Continue reading
Guess what? The pain is actually better! I’ve even managed to miss some of my pain killers. I do not take the extra one in the evening and last night I even left out the regular evening pill, apart from the one I take for my blood. Continue reading
I was such an anti-medication freak. I mean since way back! I think I already told you about the time that Schwester Edit in Switzerland wanted to give me drugs and I so vehemently refused? No? Oh, I thought there was already a blog about that but I guess it was just in my private diary. Continue reading
The journaling, the journaling. Even though I’ve put it into my daily calendar to do a review each evening, just so that the reminder comes up and I think about writing something, I’ve been so busy that I’ve just turned the reminders off again and continued doing what I was doing. Continue reading
Oops and another two weeks, what twenty days have passed since my last post. I had some feedback that I looked down after my short video. I even hesitated posting it but in my determination to be honest and transparent, decided to post it anyhow. Continue reading
A year ago I was in St. Josef bei Hallein near Salzburg on a health cure having just retired from the IAEA. It was beautiful countryside and I was enjoying it through the window. Continue reading
The therapies are short and frequent. Sometimes I only have five minutes in between. Continue reading
What should I write about?
I don’t know about you, but I consider myself a tenacious optimist. I write my blog and manage to get a positive spin on events which may have upset me. I tell my story and try to teach a lesson, encourage, inspire and motivate.
Today I want to bitch, Continue reading
I love my kids. What a blessing!
Each day I watch my Krimis, get on the home-trainer, have my fruit snack, mostly miss all my meetings. It’s my Project 2020 Health Year. I’m not doing anything else. Continue reading
Four weeks in hospital. The hardest part was not knowing what to expect. I had no idea about this incredible after-care service provided by the acute geriatric remobilization section of the hospital. Continue reading