Blogging in Bed

Hello everyone! This post isn’t a regular post; it’s more just a few updates about my little Blogging in Bed community!

For those of you who don’t know, I’ve had a Facebook group since the middle of last year as an online support group for chronic illness bloggers and that has been steadily growing, along with the group Pinterest board that goes with it.

But last week I’ve been feeling particularly motivated to take things to the next level and grow this little community even more, so I’ve created a Twitter profile for it! Continue reading “Blogging in Bed”

Time Management with a Chronic Illness

Hey guys! I haven’t blogged in a while but that is because I have been really busy with Uni and life in general and I just haven’t had the time. BUT, it’s reading week this week and I have more time on my hands so I thought I would share a couple of tips so you can use time management to your advantage! Continue reading “Time Management with a Chronic Illness”

One Year Blog Anniversary!

Hello everyone! As you can probably tell from the title of this post, its been ONE YEAR since I first started my blog! It feels like such a long time ago in some ways but in other ways it feels like no time at all!

Continue reading “One Year Blog Anniversary!”

10 Ways to Help Insomnia!

Anyone who suffers from a chronic illness, will almost definitely have suffered from insomnia as well – and anyone else can also suffer with it too! Insomnia is extremely common and can affect one in every three people in the UK*. Continue reading “10 Ways to Help Insomnia!”

Bulgaria!

Hey everyone! If you didn’t already know, I was off on holiday last week in BULGARIA! I had a much needed break away from life (work, blogging, social media, exercise, dieting etc.) and took some time to seriously relax and unwind with my family. Continue reading “Bulgaria!”

How It All Began… Home Sweet Home

Hello everyone! I finished my last ‘How It All Began’ Post with me leaving Uni in October 2014. I had been so ill whilst at Uni, I barely made any of my lectures/seminars (to really put that in perspective, I was in 10 hours a week) and I was pretty miserable and lonely, despite my best friend living a floor above me, and my boyfriend living in the city. Nothing was going to take away that ache I felt every day that I wasn’t happy and that I should go home. Continue reading “How It All Began… Home Sweet Home”