I think I’m starting to lose my “umph” when it comes to raising awareness about the conditions that we are living with. Some of it, I believe, is the platform I’m on (Facebook) and I need to make a permanent move over to Instagram where the act
There’s been a few changes to the design of the logo since I started journaling our journey. Originally, my Page on Facebook was named “Emmy & Me: a journey with POTS” but I decided that I wanted this endeavor to be about the journey and not imply that it was just about Emmy and Me.
We just returned from a quick getaway to New England to meet-up with our son and his wife. We walked around Sleepy Hollow, visited a few pubs and taverns, and also the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery where the author of “The Headless Horseman” is buried. I really love visiting New England in the Fall. There is nothing m
We just returned from a weekend getaway to Pittsburgh. We went to see one of our favorite outlaw country artists, Chris Stapleton. There is something
Yesterday morning while catching up with my son on life, I told him that I had finished an interview with Standing Up To POTS for an upcoming podcast as a “caregiver”.
I have always loved this photo. I do not understand why I was so drawn to it when this photo was taken in November of 2015. I have no idea what compelled this photographer to lay down in the field and snap a shot of
One of the “tools” that I am learning to keep in my “toolbox” on this journey is the use of binaural beats and certain sound
About two years ago, while I was setting up my health portal for an upcoming procedure, some really scary word combinations like “heart” “blockage” etc started trickling in.
The stairs in our home are not friendly for a person living with POTS One of the biggest challenges for us is the layout of
A few years ago, we were on a family vacation on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It was a hot week. We rented