Flying For Some Sunshine

I know this is probably one of those blog posts that in the depths of winter you automatically hate. I am going on holiday where the sun appears and the weather is just a tad warmer than here in the glorious United Kingdom. Boo! I know, I can hear you all! I'm sorry for deserting … Continue reading Flying For Some Sunshine

Conscious Energy Conserving

This is the first blog of 2020! I hope your start of 2020 has been a good one. I took some time off to try and recover from the festive season. I always think the blog world hibernates a little the first two weeks of January so I thought it was a good time to … Continue reading Conscious Energy Conserving

New Years Eve Year Wrap Up

Twenty nineteen was the year of the unexpected for me. Baloo joined me in Devon with about three weeks notice and that was a fantastic surprise. But also I've had my struggles, a close relative was diagnosed with cancer and that was awful. Thankfully, it seems like they caught it in time and they will … Continue reading New Years Eve Year Wrap Up

Twas The Night Before Christmas

Well, we've made it to Christmas Eve. Hopefully, it will be time to unwind and be in for a Christmas we can celebrate as best we can. Having been dealing with my own mixed emotions about Christmas it made me think about how most people are going through something even if we aren't aware and … Continue reading Twas The Night Before Christmas

Low Energy Christmas Activites For People With Chronic Illnesses​

I was wracking my brain for this blog post and then I realised that I have never shared my low energy Christmas activities I do each year. I sometimes need to slow down for the day and I don't want to miss out on the fun that Christmas brings so here are 5 of my favourite … Continue reading Low Energy Christmas Activites For People With Chronic Illnesses​

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