I really struggle to keep up and be productive at work. Some days I'm okay enough that I get everything done that "needed to be done", but 95% of the time my memory fog is so bad that if i don't write everything down and set reminders on my phone and email, I will forget about things I am supposed to do. I also have extreme disorientation and vertigo when driving, and I no longer "am able" to drive. I have an amazing boss who is very understanding, and actually lets me work from home most of the time, but even then, I still struggle to be productive...just having the weekend off never leaves me enough time to recover. my flares have been so consistent that I'm almost adjusting to it as my new normal, which everyone knows is awful! My husband and I took a 2 week vacation last year, and spent the first week at home doing nothing, and I felt like a different person after having 2 weeks off! I didn't feel "fantastic" but everything was WAY easier to handle and i actually had a small amount of energy and didn't feel sluggish and weak and exhausted. I was actually able to enjoy my vacation. I know for absolute certain that quitting my job would improve my health, but it's such a huge financial decision, plus I would feel very selfish not contributing.... my husband makes twice what I do and is in a great and stable profession, and he does periodically bring up the subject of me quitting my job, and making sure I know he would support that choice...I just am very unsure about everything. I like having money....hahaha. I'm just wondering how people came to the decision that quitting their job would be better for their body, and also how you handle it financially?