Today I wanted to talk about a more positive side to have a chronic condition. I know, positive and chronic are not usually found in the same sentence but, bear with me, I will explain.
Last month marked 3 years since I was initially diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, a condition that has had a massive impact on my life.
A little while ago, fibronacci nominated me for the Real Neat blog award and I have finally gotten around to completing the questions.
Hi everyone, I hope you are all doing ok. I just wanted your opinion on something I have been thinking about doing for some time.
My blog has been quiet for a couple of months. I just haven’t been able to unjumble the words and thoughts in my head in order to write something that best describes how I am feeling. The truth is, I don’t really know. I am at a point at the moment where I am constantly…
Since the beginning of this month I have sat down on multiple occasions with the intention of writing a blog post but, have failed to think of something interesting to write about. I don’t want all of my posts to be centred on all of the negative aspects of my life but, these things are…
December. The month where we are able to go crazy turning our houses into winter wonderlands, splurge on Christmas presents, eat to our hearts content and only have to deal with the consequences when the New year welcomes us with open arms.
November has quite frankly been a pretty shit month for me. I have been battling so many different side effects as i have been stopping and starting different medications in the hope that i will get just 5 minutes of peace.