Tag Archive: autoimmune

Exploring the Layers Beneath ME/CFS – Part One

November 5, 2018 10:00 am

Welcome to the Digging Deeper Series! My hope is that what I am about to share might inspire any of you who find yourself in a similar position to the one I have been in in recent years. If you are feeling stuck on the recovery path, overwhelmed by too... View Article

The B Word, a Hospital Stay and Lots of Emotions

November 24, 2017 6:00 pm

It’s been so long since I last checked in here. So today, I decided I was going to write a post, no matter what (although it actually ended up taking a few days to write this post in little chunks…but you know what I mean!) I wanted to say hi... View Article

Seven Year Cycles

February 13, 2017 5:49 pm

Today is seven years exactly, to the day, that I relapsed and became sick again after believing I had made a full recovery from ME/CFS.  17 years in total I’ve been on this journey with chronic illness. It feels surreal even acknowledging that. 13th Feb 2010, was the day it... View Article

Which are Better, Smoothies or Juices?

April 7, 2016 5:49 pm

I’ve been a huge fan of juicing since I first discovered it in back my early twenties. That feeling of making a fresh juice and flooding your body with nutrients is just such a lovely thing. But lately (as I’m sure you are aware if like me you are on... View Article

Words on Letting Go….

February 22, 2016 2:04 pm

      Let go, Of holding on so tightly. Of thinking the world will collapse around you if you don’t do everything perfectly. It won’t. Know that is safe to let go. To just be. To allow mistakes to come, as they naturally will. Let go, Of holding on to... View Article

Embracing the Messiness that comes with Healing

February 12, 2016 1:48 pm

As a society, we like things that are perfectly packaged – even healing/recovery stories or various stories of real life trials and tribulations. When you read these stories, you’ll often find that they (or us as a reader!) skip through the painful parts fairly swiftly, focusing on the neatly packaged... View Article