All the following “Mini Posts” are originally posted via my social media accounts (Instagram and Facebook), meaning they are a lot shorter than my blog posts. As some people who read my blog don’t have Facebook or Instagram I decided to share them on here so you can read them too. 

Your Illness Does Not Mean You Are Hard to Love
I used to think people would have to love me in spite of my illness. I used to see my…
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Sometimes, It’s All About Perspective
Someone recently said to me they felt sad and angry on my behalf because of my situation and the fact…
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Our Perspective Varies From Moment to Moment
Looking up into the blue sky, I am reminded how each time I see it, I feel something different. Some…
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Using Your Energy for Good Things Only
Before I fell ill I used to waste my energy on a lot of things I didn’t enjoy doing. I…
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One Day…
One day These days will seem like a faraway dream You’ll think Did I really have so little energy I…
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Seeing Positivity and Negativity as a Scale
I think there are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to the words “positive” and “negative”. People often conceive…
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The Black Dot Exercise
When you look at this piece of paper, what do you see? Three years ago my meditation teacher asked me…
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Always Do What is Best For You
This is just a little reminder for everyone to always remember to do what is best for you, your mind,…
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Embracing Individuality
Something I’ve been working on recently is embracing individuality. I love the fact you will never meet the same two…
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Every Day is Different
When you live life in the slow lane, it can often feel like all the days merge into one. It…
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You are Where You’re Meant to Be
You are where you’re meant to be. That doesn’t mean that where you are is permanent. Maybe it is only…
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Living in Constant Fear of Overdoing it with M.E.
Fear comes hand in hand with M.E.. I live in constant fear of overdoing it. I’m always asking myself, “have…
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