Well, I hate to admit this but I was almost duped by a scam artist who was preying on people with Early Onset Alzheimer’s and other cognitive diseases. Fortunately, for me, I am at the early stages of my disease and still cognizant enough to still research everything I purchase, put on my body or … Continue reading Scam Artists Who Prey On People With Cognitive Disease
Just thought I would share my daily brain health checklist. There are 10 things on this list and I try to do at least 7 of them everyday. Sometimes I fall off the wagon but this is a marathon and not a sprint. Tomorrow is a new day. What are you doing for your health? … Continue reading My Daily Brain Health Checklist
In August 2019 I attended my 40th class reunion. It was great to connect with old friends that I had not seen in years. I have always enjoyed my class reunions. This reunion was a bit different. Earlier in the year the Vice President of our class died from cancer. He was well liked and … Continue reading My Class Reunion Goal
How Do I Maintain my Outlook on Life since my Early Onset Alzheimers Diagnosis?
I had a “phone a friend moment” because of early onset Alzheimer’s.
I am an avid reader and researcher. Since my diagnosis with Early Onset Alzheimer’s in December I have been reading and watching everything I can get my hands on relating to cognitive decline. In my case, it is hereditary and my genetic testing supports my diagnosis, but I also have a lot of toxicity in … Continue reading My Toxic Brain
This is a post about how it is difficult for people with Alzheimer’s to have control over their medications and how I am handling it.
I worked for 31 years for a large Corporation. Most of those years were spent in Leadership positions doing Project Management and Business Planning. As any of my co-workers, friends and family will tell you, I am probably one of the most organized and methodical people anyone has ever seen. I plan everything and attack … Continue reading My Alzheimer’s “Business” Plan
Yesterday was an “off day” for me. Although I am very active every day exercising, and eating well, today was a day of “brain fog” for me. Later in the evening, I asked my husband a question and he responded “Honey, you asked me that three times today, how many times do I have to … Continue reading Honey, I Told You That Three Times Today!
Today marks the 7th anniversary of my Mom’s death from Alzheimer’s disease. She was my best friend and my biggest supporter. The anniversary day of her death is always very painful for me, and stirs up so many emotions. I can’t seem to get past it. I was her caregiver and did everything I possibly … Continue reading My Mom Died 7 Years Ago Today From Alzheimer’s And I Was Diagnosed This Year