Fashion is something I seem to have lost a lot of interest and confidence in, with invisible illness and the stoma making me either care less about my appearance, want to cover up, or simply…

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  I thought I’d do something a little different for this gift ideas list. Whether you’re single or loved up, I think Valentine’s is a great excuse to turn things around a little & treat…

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  Invisible illness and all of the problems that come with diagnosis, treatment & management, can have a terrible knock-on effect to your confidence, your self-esteem, and the trust in your feelings and abilities. Some…

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  That we can be our own worst enemies, but also that we can be our own best friends. We can be a champion for ourselves, if only we speak to ourselves with more kindness…

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Perhaps a medical professional has suggested you monitor your blood pressure, maybe you have high/low blood pressure and are trying to make lifestyle changes to improve it, or perhaps you just want to keep track…

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It’s that time of year again… It’s Time To Talk! What is it? As part of the Time To Change campaign, Time To Talk Day on 1st February 2018 raises awareness of mental health and illness and…

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I’d like to share a guest post today on 5 foods that could help you stay warm this winter. As someone who struggles with the cold, and I know a lot of you probably do…

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  I was thinking the other day about how sometimes we can override our brain and bodies telling us one thing, and keep pushing. We can often want something a certain way or want to…

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Pregnancy and Fibromyalgia – Melissa Reynolds I received a copy of this so I could offer my feedback, and as someone with chronic invisible illness, including fibromyalgia, I found it to be a breath of fresh…

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Thinking of taking up yoga, but not quite sure where to start? The dawn of a new year is a great excuse to start, get back in to it, or take things up a notch. The…

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