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pixieluna

488d

does anyone use the spoonie method to describe their energy levels?

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    • sstorm

      488d

      I've tried but then it takes too long to describe the idea so I use old vs. new cellphone charge instead. I'm the old phone - as soon I get unplugged (wakeup) I'm immediately at 50% battery. By the time I get up, take meds, get coffee, make the bed, and MAYBE a couple of chores I'm at like 25% - 15%. Then its time to lay down for the rest of the day (be put on airplane mode) to conserve some energy. By the time 830p rolls around I've got maybe 10% left to get a shower & brush teeth before I shut completely off.

    • sstorm

      488d

      I've tried but then it takes too long to describe the idea so I use old vs. new cellphone charge instead. I'm the old phone - as soon I get unplugged (wakeup) I'm immediately at 50% battery. By the time I get up, take meds, get coffee, make the bed, and MAYBE a couple of chores I'm at like 25% - 15%. Then its time to lay down for the rest of the day (be put on airplane mode) to conserve some energy. By the time 830p rolls around I've got maybe 10% left to get a shower & brush teeth before I shut completely off.

    • SconeQuailHigh

      488d

      Absolutely! The exclusive way I explain. 💕

      • pixieluna

        488d

        @SconeQuailHigh others I know with chronic pain or chronic fatigue conditions know exactly what I'm talking about but I have had so many people look at me like I'm crazy when using the spoonie method 🤣🙈

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