April Wrap up and May Preview

April was the first full month of stay at home orders. Although I was self-isolating before, I was seeing increasingly the full impact of this pandemic. … April has also been the month where … separating my marketing self from my writing self … I’m reworking the backstory to this sci-fi series … My month of May looks to be a very busy one, but one where I hope that I can find a sense of balance. I don’t want to be sped-up in the pursuit of getting things done. I like trying to keep a more mindful approach to my life. I don’t often live up to that ideal, but it’s an ideal that I do have.

Self-Isolation in solidarity, we are stronger together

Social distancing has changed everyone’s lives. You may be feeling the strain of not being able to go about your life the way that you had. Isolation feels lonely for so many. Not having freedom to go and do the simple things feels constrictive. Globally, we are feeling alone. I’m sure that many of us are resentful of the pandemic and thinking could it really be that bad?

am immuno-compromised.

An immune deficient person’s take on the spread of the common cold and severe viruses

I don’t look like it, but my health kinda stinks. My immune system is crap. I’ll briefly explain a little about the immune system. There are four immunoglobulins, which are like the ammunition that white blood cells make to kill viruses and diseases. If you’re a medical doctor reading thing and I’ve got it wrong or there’s more too it, feel free to chime in. Anyway, these munitions, these immunoglobulins have specific tasks in specific areas of your body. They are called M, G, A, D, and E. I’m deficient in the first three.

Invisible Disabilities: immune disorders

The immune system is often taken for granted. I don’t. Mine sucks. There are many ways to get a immune

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