Dear Caregiver,

  I was watching the news one night when there was a feature on a woman. She has a website called One Million Lovely Letters. She writes letters to people and sends them. I was inspired by her story and later in the feature, it showed that she also had M.E/CFS. In homage with a … Continue reading Dear Caregiver,

Confessions of Chronic Illness Sufferer

In my first blog post, I said I wanted to address topics that might help friends and family so you don't have to go over it. So, I have made a top ten mistruths and hidden realities of being ill for so long. Obviously, you may not have the same experience as I, but I … Continue reading Confessions of Chronic Illness Sufferer

The Little Things In The World Mean The Most

Have you heard your grandparents say it's the little things in life that mean the most? I never fully got what they meant. I got ill aged 12 and it took me a while but I got it before my 14th birthday. The small gestures and snippets of time you will remember forever and after. … Continue reading The Little Things In The World Mean The Most

It’s Okay, We Have Time, We’ll Be Okay

I am hoping that this does not become a bad habit; it's 12:08 am. But the slight tap of the keys as I type seems to soothe even the busiest of minds. I can sleep pretty well for someone with M.E/CFS. This might come as a shock to most, but some of us unicorn rarities … Continue reading It’s Okay, We Have Time, We’ll Be Okay

A Letter To My Newly Diagnosed Self

On the Internet, there are hundreds of letters to your younger self at a particular age or milestone in their life. As my path is different, I thought I would write a letter to myself at the aged 13, shortly after getting a diagnosis (M.E/CFS). I didn't want to sound indulgent, but I really needed … Continue reading A Letter To My Newly Diagnosed Self