Today officially marks seven years of illness. Seven years to the day when I got glandular fever aged 16 which Read more
One of the hardest things about being chronically ill is not knowing the end date to it all; the “chronic” Read more
There comes a point where the time passed becomes bigger than what the heart can bear. Three years housebound was Read more
I can’t quite believe I’m posting this. Maybe it’s because I can’t believe it’s actually happening. Maybe it’s because my Read more
If you look hard enough, you’ll always find so many little and big things that you have now which maybe Read more
Rolling into another month of the year, and the visibility of the days passing are making themselves all too noticeable. Read more
If I needed any words more at the beginning of my illness, it would have been these. Like a lot Read more
When something happens to you that causes your life to turn 180 degrees, the transition period between your old life Read more
Where you currently are is not permanent. You may only be in this place for a short while, or you Read more
It’s my two year housebound anniversary today due to M.E.. Today is not a day to mourn all I have Read more
As human beings we are always looking for ways to solve our problems and want to know the easiest way Read more
“Just breathe. Let’s take it one moment at a time. You don’t need to work out your entire life just Read more