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.
Always Do What is Best For You
May 27, 2018
This is just a little reminder for everyone to always remember to do what is best for you, your mind,…Read more.
May 17, 2018
Something I’ve been working on recently is embracing individuality. I love the fact you will never meet the same two…Read more.
Every Day is Different
May 6, 2018
When you live life in the slow lane, it can often feel like all the days merge into one. It…Read more.
You are Where You’re Meant to Be
April 29, 2018
You are where you’re meant to be. That doesn’t mean that where you are is permanent. Maybe it is only…Read more.
Living in Constant Fear of Overdoing it with M.E.
April 26, 2018
Fear comes hand in hand with M.E.. I live in constant fear of overdoing it. I’m always asking myself, “have…Read more.
Tomorrow is a New Day
April 23, 2018
Tomorrow is not another day. Tomorrow is a new day. It is a chance to make new memories, new experiences,…Read more.
Life is Still Happening to You
April 12, 2018
“I know it sometimes feels like life is happening without you, but it’s not. You know deep down it’s not.…Read more.
Frustration and M.E.
April 8, 2018
One of the most frustrating things about living with M.E. is no matter how hard you try, it doesn’t mean…Read more.
March 27, 2018
Something I love to do at the end of each day is to pick up a notepad and pen and…Read more.
You are Growing From This
March 25, 2018
“You can do this. You’ve got this. You’ll get there. Stop comparing where you are now to this time last…Read more.
One Year Being Housebound – The Lessons I’ve Learnt
November 26, 2017
Today marks 1 year of being predominately housebound due to M.E.. Instead of feeling sad about it, today I’m celebrating…Read more.
Acceptance with M.E.
September 25, 2017
One of the biggest things mindfulness has taught me is to accept the things which I cannot control. I cannot…Read more.