When I had the first job interview in compression after my lipedema diagnosis, I was not wearing arm compression. My concern was that I would be labeled sick and, above all, unattractive for my employer. From today's perspective, it's double nonsense, because now I'm something of an employer myself and know about the strengths of those
Flat knit compression - a word that has been with me for many years. My current doctor always says, “You will be wearing your compression for the next 100 years.” Wow, what a statement. At first I thought this was a joke. So for a lifetime! Class. I've been wearing them since 2013, so that's a good 8 years. At first
A short history of art and an appeal for more awareness and sustainability. Fashion comes from modus = Latin. Manner, measure, “measured”, is the rule of wearing and consuming things within a certain period of time. It changes over time according to people's needs. Items and garments that are positively rated over multiple periods of time
Everyone knows them, everyone has them - the problem children of our wardrobes. It's those parts that we might have only bought half-heartedly, in the touch of a sale rage or in a state of mental derangement, and which are now vegetating in the closet. Let's be honest, we often grab the same parts over and over again at some point
Usually every year the thought of Christmas makes my chest two inches narrow. The stress between the already work-intensive everyday life (you don't want to drag old burdens with you into the new year), having a boozy Christmas market with friends over mulled wine and the pressure to find the right gifts for everyone you love is the same every time.
This year I tried out a little color. If everything is extraordinary, why shouldn't I be too? True to my motto # courageously share, I tested and shared new outfits. And of course hard-working and even bolder, the compression always appropriately in focus. Who knows me knows, the more colorful and gaudy, the more
The best accessories for women with lipedema are the most widely cut. Because between the warming autumn sunbeams and the cool wind that sweeps through the streets there are often only seconds, but a perceived 10 ° temperature difference. You quickly get too warm in a jacket and the next moment just too cold again in a sweater. The famous
You are not sure yet whether colored compression suits you and your everyday life? Or is it always great about others, but you haven't dared to take the step yourself? Then I hope that with this article I can take away your shyness from colored compressions, because one thing should be said in advance - colors give you a wide range of possibilities.
She has a BRIGHT red pencil skirt, with this pencil skirt she drives HINAAAAAUUUUS! Well, do you all have a catchy tune now? I hope so, because then the mood will be right for this beautiful late summer outfit to match the mediven550® compression in navy blue! Red always puts you in a good mood and when my new bright favorite skirt turns into a happy one