e’re excited to announce that Mito Merch is partnering for the second year with the Mito Foundation for the 2019 Bloody Long Walk series.
After last year’s successful partnership, we’re pleased to be retailing the official tees. Cost of the tees are $38 plus shipping (starting at $7.50).
Emily writes about her late mother Michelle.
My first recollection of my Mum suffering some type of mito symptom - not known then - was when I was five years old and came back in the house from checking the letter box to find my mum clutching her chest. She was 41 years old and suffering her first heart attack.
My Mum was one of the most bravest people I know and she inspires me everyday.
With something like 500 kilos of epsom salt solution, you’re basically bathing yourself in magnesium.
You experience sensory deprivation, as you’re in a pod floating without sound or light. So it gives you a full hour where you can’t be interrupted by people, technology or that chore you really need to get done.
Read my review of floatation tanks.
The Girl with the Green Bow is Rebecca Patterson who was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease in August 2016.
The Bow collection is inspired by Girl with the Green Bow, with a whole new range including tees, onesies and a tote, and much more! Rebecca lives by the motto ‘mito picked the wrong diva’. So we have customisable designs for ‘mito picked the wrong…’ family, parents, brother, auntie and more!
When it comes to having a chronic illness, laughter is... well... not the best medicine but it does lift the spirits.
We're yet to find the best medicine. As mito is currently not treatable or curable.Here are 5 memes to make you laugh with mito.
Getting a diagnosis of mitochondrial disease is not simple. If your family members haven’t been diagnosed, then most of us- young and old- go through a multitude of steps to get our diagnosis.
Waiting for test results is incredibly frustrating. Keeping in mind Mito Merch is for creating awareness through humour… here are my top 10 things I do to while waiting for test results...
I've just come back to Australia after four weeks away in Chile, Argentina and Uruguay with my husband. Some highlights included, discovering waterfalls, drinking amazing red wine, seeing Candombe, and having a relaxing wine bath in Mendoza.
The most surprising and wonderful highlight of all was how few days my mitochondrial disease effected our trip. How many days I had without pain and fatigue, and some where I even forgot I had a chronic illness at all.