What kind of business can you start from home?

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If you read last week's post, you may be inspired to look into what kind of business you can do from home but you're unsure of what you could do. If that's you, then I encourage you to watch this video and check out the list below... (and let me know in the comments if you have other ideas too!)

Get rid of a difficult work situation once and for all

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Trying to hold down a job when you have a chronic illness is tough. Employers often don't understand the special needs and considerations a person with a chronic illness has and fellow colleagues can be less than sympathetic. So, not only do you struggle with the illness itself, but you also face the added demands and pressures in your job which can make the illness worse. It's such a tough situation because, very often, there is no choice but to work. You need the income!

The face behind the book

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Do you really know me? The fact is, technology has allowed us to become familiar strangers. Let me explain that a little more. If you were to take my FB posts and describe who I am - you would only be able to describe maybe 10%.

A lousy way to treat a vulnerable patient

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I would like to see a future where doctors understand that they have a wonderful opportunity to limit the harm their patient’s endure, simply by being nice. I believe that Hippocrates was not only talking about physical harm in his oath “First, do no harm”.

Do you ‘toilet’ the right way? Here’s how you should do it…

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You're sitting on your throne and the time ticks by with no movement going on 'below'. It's the same story you've experienced many times and you feel uncomfortable the more days that pass while your poop doesn't! If this sounds familiar to you, you're not alone. The way we sit on toilets in the western world may actually be why so many suffer from constipation, IBS, and other similar issues.

What everyone should know about the differences between chronic illness & disability

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It’s much easier to look at someone who has an obvious disability and imagine how hard life is for them to manage without being able to see, hear, walk, use their arms, etc. There are massive adaptations that are required for these people to function 'normally' and it takes much more effort than it does the healthy individual. While chronic illness is often less visible, it can sometimes be more disabling in the sense of what the person can accomplish.