I’m always searching for new and interesting ways to improve my quality of life with Meniere’s disease. Usually that amounts to a lot of trial and error, self-experimentation, and failure. But every once in a while, I stumble across something that truly grabs my attention and sets my mind running wild with possibilities. I’ve only […]

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“You are more powerful than you think you are. Act Accordingly.” – Seth Godin When you live with a vestibular disorder, life becomes a lot more complicated. Uncertainty follows you everywhere, like a dark cloud ready to rain. Even the simple things, like going out for groceries, or taking a shower, can suddenly become difficult […]

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“Life has a way of testing a persons will, either by having nothing happen at all or by having everything happen at once.” – Paulo Coelho (If you don’t read the entire post, make sure to at least read my special announcement at the bottom!) It’s been a tough month. For the last six years, […]

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Hi everyone! After 10 years of living hurricane-free in South Florida, our streak of good luck is finally over. We’re about to get slammed by a category 4 storm. Unfortunately, with all the preparations and work I’ve had to do on my house the past few days, I didn’t have time to write a new blog post. […]

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Life with Meniere’s disease is a constant challenge. There are so many moving parts that even when we’re doing well, everything can change in an instant. Meniere’s demands so much of us, and as much as we give, it’s rarely ever enough. But as difficult as it all can be, we’re never powerless. We may […]

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Hey Everyone, it’s that time of year again! The Vestibular Disorders Association’s Balance Awareness Week starts on September 12th! Starting from humble beginnings in Portland Oregon, the Vestibular Disorders Association has been a beacon of hope to the Vestibular community for more than 30 years now, advocating on our behalf, supporting us, raising awareness for our […]

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We all know how important it is to protect our hearing in loud environments. Especially so when you have Tinnitus or any other kind of disorder that affects your hearing, because you are starting out at a disadvantage. Sustained exposure to loud noises, like at a concert, sporting event, or loud movie, causes hearing loss and will make our Tinnitus so much […]

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