Hello and welcome!
I am a twenty-something girl who loves glitter and books. This is nothing unusual but I have spent most of my life living with M.E/CFS. I live in the beautiful UK and love the peace I get from living in the country. I have been blogging for a year and post far too many photos of my cat Dibley on Instagram.
I create and promote uplifting yet real content for those like me, who struggle to connect with traditional blogs due to health problems or lack of time. I just want to help people feel less alone and feel better as if I were a dear friend chatting with them. That also means that I will be brutally honest about the challenges I have and will face. I will strive to keep this blog a positive space regardless. This blog is mine, yet I have made it for you reading this to try and help you, your friends and family.
Thank you for clicking on my corner of the interwebs, feel free to stick around.
Disclaimer: I am not a healthcare professional of any kind and any advice should not be taken over any qualified healthcare individual. This is my experience of life with M.E/CFS and I do not advise you to make any changes, I would recommend before making any changes to speak to your Doctor beforehand and take their advice. I share my opinions and any information is provided in good faith. This might lead to misinformation simply by human error. What works for me may not work for you.
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