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!

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Part 4 || Home Sweet Home

Hello everyone! I finished Part 3 I finished 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

Weight Loss Struggles

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

Motivation Tip #5

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!

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Part 3 || Post Diagnosis

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

Rest Day vs Bad Day

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