Is happiness a quiet feeling or a loud one? It sounds like a strange question but when people say they are happy, do they mean in it's-your-birthday-whoo way or in a that-little-gesture-made-my-day way? Maybe it's different for everyone but for me, my happiness is a little quieter. It threads through my days in the … Continue reading Is Happiness Loud or Quiet?
It's that time of year again when gifts are at the forefront of most people's minds. Christmas is approaching rapidly. So, I've been thinking about the gifts that could help a Chronic Illness warrior. Hopefully, these ideas will show thought behind the gifts and the recipient will be able to use them. Quick disclaimer these … Continue reading Christmas Gift Guide
Having this blog is a strange concept. I sometimes feel like I’m talking to the universe and others it’s a quiet conversation between us then other times it feels like a meaningful exchange with friends. I know there are people reading from various countries and different backgrounds. This brings me comfort yet sadness, I wish … Continue reading Talking To The Universe
It's rare I write about M.E/CFS specific literature, documentaries, or interviews mainly because I haven't read a book or study that I would recommend. Until now. I'm really excited to talk to you about this! Some of you may be aware of a documentary called Unrest, created by Jennifer Brea. I first came across her … Continue reading Unrest
Some of us with chronic illnesses find ourselves with quite a bit of spare time. There are only so many repeats of Friends you can watch before getting cabin fever. I have put together my favourite ways to beat the boredom. Some of them are unique, but it might lead you to your own version … Continue reading Boredom Busters