As I won’t be active in the blogging world for nearly 2 weeks, I wanted to share this one today and I have one or two others scheduled while I’m away. I’m sorry if I…

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Nobody says it better than Maya Angelou. It’s never too late to make a start on this mission…

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I’m a little behind on getting things done at the moment after coming down with a nasty chest infection and pulled rib muscles from coughing. In the meantime, I wanted to share a personal experience from…

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I wanted to share another fab guest post this weekend to add a little energy to things and look at the types of exercises that can help with stress management. Obviously, when dealing with invisible…

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Routines aren’t for everyone. And sometimes it’s good to break away from them from time to time, to try something new, get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself. But routines can be hugely…

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Wake up kids We’ve got the dreamers disease Do you have a favourite song, one that gets you through the tough times or reminds you of good days? I have a few, but when I…

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I don’t often do tags and awards, except on certain occasions, this being one of them. Anything for body positivity gets a thumbs up from me! Big thanks to Ella for sharing her post and…

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I wanted to share a guest post that was offered to me by Ryan on why being ill or disabled doesn’t necessarily mean sports need to be out of the question. Enjoy 🙂 For a…

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… This is your life to live as you see fit … … The decisions you make and the actions you take are yours and yours alone … … Be assertive and be confident in…

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Dealing with an invisible illness, be it mental or physical, can be a minefield of judgements, feeling let down and being bombarded with negativity. But we have more choice over who we listen to, agree with…

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