Instagram Wasn’t The Issue – My Mindset Was

Before I jump into this blog post I just wanted to remind you that you can find my social media on my stay in touch page or for just my Instagram this is the link to it here I didn't have Instagram for the longest time because I was afraid. I had read articles of how … Continue reading Instagram Wasn’t The Issue – My Mindset Was

I Got Nothing

Trying to find balance in life is challenging, trying to be consistent as a blogger with a chronic illness is even harder. I think for this week I am just going to admit that I can't juggle everything that's happening. In this week alone I will have been in two countries, I have been on … Continue reading I Got Nothing

What Do I Want For My Life?

Finding a sense of purpose amongst chronic illness can be a difficult task but when asks you what you want to do or work towards in life it can feel more than impossible. I live with M.E/CFS and every day can be so different it's hard to plan a week let alone my life long … Continue reading What Do I Want For My Life?

Is “Invisible” Illness Adding To The Issue?

Often I refer to having a hidden illness or an invisible one. To be fair, to some extent it is accurate, there aren't many signs of illness if you were to look at me. I have dark circles under my eyes and I am always pale, those are some of the more easily noticeable signs … Continue reading Is “Invisible” Illness Adding To The Issue?

Life Update – Love, IKEA, Wheelchairs and Me

I thought today I'd do a little life update. Baloo has now been living here for over three months which is crazy to think about. Last week the last of flat pack furniture was built for us - thank you all our family who helped. We are trying to find our feet and some sort … Continue reading Life Update – Love, IKEA, Wheelchairs and Me

Ugly Aides

I was lucky enough to have an Occupational Therapist visit my home and make adaptations to make my life easier. They had installed grabrails in all the bathrooms and the offer of more equipment than my house could withstand. The grab rails were drab but bright white so not too offensive. They were useful and … Continue reading Ugly Aides