My fellow blogger friend, MCS Gal, has a blog posted titled “What is Your Canary?”. I read it and immediately commented. This has led to numerous comments back and forth. Please check out her blog post and leave a comment.
Don’t forget to leave a comment here as well on what your canary is!
I am excited today to be a guest blogger for MCS Gal at sensitive to chemicals on Day 3 of my Book Blog Tour for Allergic to Life: My Battle for Survival, Courage, and Hope.
Like myself, MCS Gal, is sensitive to all the awful chemicals that many never think about before they spray them or douse their bodies in them. I wasn’t always sensitive to chemicals. My life was fine until one fateful moment. My blog post today talks about what started my downward spiral into a life few can understand.
MCS Gal and I became acquainted with each other almost a year ago shortly after I began blogging about my story. MCS Gal shares a wealth of knowledge about living with chemicals and the dangers they pose not only to those of us already sensitive to them but to the general public as well.
Please take the time to follow MCS Gal; she has a lot to share. Also please enter the Rafflecopter Giveaway. A link will be on the guest blog post.
You can also enter from here for an extra chance to win.
Posted in Allergic to Life: My Battle for Survival, Courage and Hope, Allergies, Allergies and Sensitivities, Cross Contamination, Depression, Environmental Illness, Food, Food Allergies, Mold, Mold Diet, Mold Exposure, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Mycotoxins, Reactions, Sick Buildings, Toxic Free Living
Tagged allergic to life, Book Blog Tour Day 3, chemical sensitivity, food allergies, MCS Gal, mold exposure, Rafflecopter giveaway, Sensitive to Chemicals
Or so the saying goes. This photo was on MCS Gal’s blog yesterday. The picture says it all to me! It is how I have felt many times, just plain invisible despite the mask I wore on my face when outside my home. I hope you will take a few minutes to visit MCS Gal’s blog and read this post. We need to keep sharing.
Posted in Allergies and Sensitivities, Chronic Illness and Treatment, Depression, Environmental Illness, Food, Mold, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Tagged acute, chemical sensitivity, chronic invisible illness, invisible illness, MCS Gal, National Chronic Invisible Illness Week, Sensitive to Chemicals