Hey everyone, hope you're all doing good. The only news about what I'm going through at the minute is that I have an MRI scan coming up, a week from Monday, fingers crossed it goes well. I know I usually post on a Wednesday, but this week I noticed that today is Post Traumatic Stress … Continue reading PTSD Awareness Day/Month
I did have a post set up last week, but unfortunately due to a unforeseen relapse and rapid decline in my M/E, I slept through the week. My original post was about Happy international women's day, but I've decided to the Women's History Month to celebrate the whole month of women as it shouldn't just … Continue reading National Women’s History Month!
This wasn't my intended blog post for this week, but due to unforeseen circumstances I.e. being hit with the worst possible case of the Norovirus, I haven't been able to leave my bed and actually go out and take pictures for the post I was planning to do. For more information on Norovirus, read the … Continue reading Apologies…
Good morning/afternoon depending on when you're reading this, hope you're all ok! If you've seen my previous posts you can probably work out that I love visiting museums, so last week my family and I managed to get the chance to go to the museum in Doncaster. This will be in two parts as there … Continue reading Doncaster Museum (part 1)
Hello everyone 🙂 Halloween has arrived and whilst its not in my top 3 of favourite holidays, I would be a liar if I said I didn't like eating a load of candy and watching Halloween movies from the likes of "Hocus Pocus" to "Scream". Many countries celebrate Halloween differently and I thought It might … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
This week is Mental Health Awareness week. I think its important for people to know that suffering with mental health is not something you should feel embarrassed or ashamed about. There are ways you can learn to cope to deal with it, for example; Therapy: Whilst it may not be for everyone, therapy has proved … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness
I've lived with CFS/ME for 6/7 years now, it has been tough coping with this illness as not many doctors fully understand the condition and there isn't much help when it comes to reducing the symptoms, but there is a lot of network support out there from people who either live with the condition themselves … Continue reading International CFS/ME Awareness Day – 12th May 2018