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. 

Whatever you’re feeling right now is okay. If you’re grieving, give yourself time to grieve. If you’re sad, give your

These past 3 months have been everything and more ☺️🌟 Ever since I got glandular fever, aged 16, I’ve seen

I’m all too aware that many of us in the chronic illness community struggle with fatigue, both mentally and physically,

Others may look at you and see you in ways you do not wish to be defined. But this does

Me and my book have only gone and got itself a podcast episode!! The incredible Hayley and Tom from Spoonie

Welcome to life with Chronic Lyme disease!This photo is the absolutely smallest insight into what it’s like to live with

I was scared that letting go of all my illness labels and identification meant I would have nothing to write

I realised recently just how much my illness takes up rent space in my mind. It’s kind of hard for

It’s so easy to get wrapped up in all the things we still need to do to get to where

Today somebody was able to get out of bed for the first time in years. Today somebody found the courage

Today officially marks seven years of illness. Seven years to the day when I got glandular fever aged 16 which

One of the hardest things about being chronically ill is not knowing the end date to it all; the “chronic”

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