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!
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”
It’s time to be honest…
Trying to stay positive all the time is really hard.
And I’m a positive person. But recently, I just feel completely and utterly exhausted, both physically and mentally.
I keep telling myself that it’s because I’ve just started this new job working in a café, while still trying to keep up with my exercise and other things, but I actually think this exhaustion goes a little bit deeper than this. Continue reading “Weight Loss Struggles”
Hello everyone! Is it really JUNE already? This year has absolutely flown by so far and I really can’t believe we’re already half way through!
In the last ‘How it all Began’ post I talked about the lead up to my diagnosis of ME/CFS. That was in July 2014. We’re now coming up two years since then… TWO YEARS! Where the time has gone, I really don’t know, but what I do know is that A LOT has happened since then. I have grown so much as a person, I have found new hobbies that I now couldn’t imagine life without (hello, blogging!) and I made such good friends with people who I didn’t even know back in July 2014. Continue reading “How It All Began… Post Diagnosis”
Living with an illness is hard. It means being ill… I know, crazy right?! It means constant worry that you’re going to be ill. And it means your life is spent managing your illness to avoid being ill. Continue reading “Rest Day vs Bad Day”