ME Awareness Month 2020

This might be the most significant ME Awareness Months yet, you may ask why I think so. In the UK we are on day 42 of staying at home and I think that this might be the closet insight into the world of chronic illness you can get without having it or living with someone … Continue reading ME Awareness Month 2020

Eeyore Mode Active

This blog post talks about weight gain and not fitting into clothes and trying to make healthier choices. If this may affect you then I recommend not reading this blog post. Yesterday I had a complete Eeyore day as I called it. Eeyore became my spirit animal and there wasn't that much that was wrong, … Continue reading Eeyore Mode Active

Stay Home Update Week 4 (COVID-19)

What a week it has been, it has been a slight rollercoaster emotionally. ย I've been trying to balance my unquenching thirst to be productive and remembering my body has the energy of a sloth and ME/CFS likes to kick to remind you that you can't get it all done. Ha jokes curl up in a … Continue reading Stay Home Update Week 4 (COVID-19)

Staying Sane, Staying Home

So here we are in week 3 for the UK having being told to stay home. I don't like the terminology around this time "lockdown" and "quarantine" sound so much more worrying than stay at home. I know some people find the vocabulary rather anxiety-inducing and find the general panic quite difficult to deal with. … Continue reading Staying Sane, Staying Home

My Netflix and Disney+ Recommendations

I am a Netflix junky at the best of times and I have just added Disney+ to my life when it launched in the UK so here are some recommendations for you. I'll list them together depending on streaming service. I hope you find something new to watch seeing as most of the world is … Continue reading My Netflix and Disney+ Recommendations

Covid-19

I'm sorry that this is the topic that brings me back to my blog after an unscheduled break in posting. I have taken some time to adjust to how life needs to be for now and I wasn't sure what to say. I hear a lot of anger from our community for the adaptions that … Continue reading Covid-19