My Christmas Bucket List 2019

I did a blog post of this quite late in December last year and I'm trying to do it earlier so I give myself more time to get as many of these ticked off and to enjoy the Christmastime. I like to be organised so a rough outline of the things that matter to me … Continue reading My Christmas Bucket List 2019

Christmas Gift Guide 2019

It's that time of year once again when I spend too many hours going through gift ideas and this time I am including some people who have chronic illnesses and sell beautiful items that aren't "spoonie" related but just gorgeous. I always say that just because your loved one has a chronic illness it doesn't … Continue reading Christmas Gift Guide 2019

๐ŸŽ„Christmas 2019 ๐ŸŽ„

I'm sure there are many of you groaning at this blog post but I love to be organised so I thought I would put together a blog post with links to all my Christmas blog posts from the last few years that might be helpful. I am so excited for my new version of Blogmas … Continue reading ๐ŸŽ„Christmas 2019 ๐ŸŽ„

Christmas Pacing Starts Now… In November

For me it is November and I am already pacing for Christmas, you have to think rather ahead of time if you are ill and need to try and not relapse or have a flare of symptoms after Christmas. I am trying to sort out a few things between now and Christmas. So from now … Continue reading Christmas Pacing Starts Now… In November

The Life Of A Cat Lady With ME/CFS

Baloo is watching the Rugby World Cup with a snoring cat sprawled over his lap. I realised that I don't think I have ever talked about my cat Dibley. (Baloo is in real-time editing this blog post - it's annoying but he suggested the idea, okay?)     Dibley is technically my Mum's cat. She … Continue reading The Life Of A Cat Lady With ME/CFS

5 Things I live By With ME/CFS

Gosh, it's been a long time since I sat down to do one of these list-type blog posts. Also, I need to add that I'm so sorry there wasn't a blog post last week, something had to give and the blog lost the short straw. I just was running on low and I needed to … Continue reading 5 Things I live By With ME/CFS