I had many plans for my day, but my body provided very loud messages that it needed to be a “bed” day. I had a big day yesterday, and against medical,advice I had scheduled 3 activities( I’ve been advised to aim for one per week). My tax appointment had already been rescheduled 3 times, so I NEEDED to keep this appointment. I also had my fortnightly appointment with the Pain Psychologist and a prescription that needed to be collected from the hospital pharmacy, which the waiting time for this is never below 1 hour. Yes, it was a long day, but my theory was if I completed all activities while I was out on the one day, I would ensure a rest day today. I just didn’t expect to crash so hard and be in such intense pain. Lesson learnt!!
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About Me I have been an educator for over 20 years, teaching from preschool aged children to adults. I have specialised in teaching Gifted students and most recently teaching adults to work in the field of Education. I am extremely passionate about learning and my hobby for the past 15 years has also to continue my own education in the form of post graduate studies. Interests Growing up in Australia has taught me to appreciate and love the outdoors all year round. I enjoy everything from swimming at the beach to bushwalking in our breathtaking countryside. Favorite Movies I enjoy any movie that passes the following criteria : the movie makes me smile at least once, it doesn't require me to cover my eyes out of fear or grossly gruesome images and I'm not constantly looking at my watch, which means the movie has passed my 'fidget' test. Favorite Music I was on e asked the question " if you were stranded on a desert island what could you least live without?" My answer "music". For me music soothes the soul and creates the mood or life regardless of the situation. Favorite Books I thoroughly enjoy reading biographies or literature based on fact and real life situations. My life goal is to write my own autobiography and record my journey along this highway that we call life. I would like to leave a statement of the roller coaster ride that life has offered not for financial gain but more as a record for future generations,on the highs and lows we live through, as life progresses. View all posts by chronicpainsurvivor