Taking Care of Arthritis Around the House

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 12/21/2018 to Around the House 0 Comments
 Taking Care of Arthritis Around the House

Living with Arthritis can make someone extremely adaptable, little changes in routines and how we handle things happen all the time, but we don’t always catch it. There might be days where nothing changes and there might be days when it’s time to consider investing in something to make life a little easier. That’s where we come in, of course. Below are some of our favorite items to keep around the house.

Overcoming Arthritis for National Novel Writing Month

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 11/7/2018 to Around the House 0 Comments
Overcoming Arthritis for National Novel Writing Month

One of the most celebrated events of the month has already begun, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a month long event held to inspire and encourage writers everywhere to write a novel. The goal is to complete a 50,000 word novel by the end of the month but even if the goal isn’t met, NaNoWriMo still provides inspiration and progress for the future. NaNoWriMo has an amazing community that brings everyone together to inspire, educate, and grow with. It’s loved by many writers across the nation, but unfortunately conditions such as carpal tunnel and arthritis can hinder this experience. If NaNoWriMo is something you might be interested in this year, check out some tips to overcome discomfort and pain in damaged hands.

5 Useful Items for Post-Surgery Patients

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 9/15/2018 to For Your Comfort 0 Comments
5 Useful Items for Post-Surgery Patients
The recovery time for most surgeries lasts anywhere from two to four months before things start working like usual again, and those months can be the longest months of your life if adapting just isn’t your thing. Adapting to a new life style whether it’s for a short period of time or a longer period can be difficult, but it’s done mostly through little tricks and items that can make a big difference.