Ever feel like you know what you want to say, but you can't find the words. Information overload. Too many mind files to sort through to best express what you want to say? Possibly.
This past week has been tough. As most of you who follow my blog already know, I deal with Hashaimoto's Disease. It's where your own body attacks the thyroid.
So even though I take my medicine, clean with vinegar and baking soda, and eat organic and gluten free meals, there are times when I feel out of balance. Not to mention, my brain goes foggy on me.
My best remedy for this since I'm a writer is to hand write out your thoughts or a scene. Even if you're working on an article for informational purposes, hand write it.
Handwriting slows my thoughts down, articulating scenes in my misty mind or trying to formulate a coherent line of facts.
I refuse to give into fatigue and all of its little friends that want to debilitate me.
Do any of you struggle with autoimmune?
How do you deal with your writing when you have flare ups?
Hugs and chocolate,