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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  Whatever you have to do, whatever problems you are facing or obstacles you have to move around, keep going. It doesn’t have to be graceful. It doesn’t matter how awkwardly or how slowly. Do it…

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Someone did something lovely for me last week, and it got me to thinking about the small ways in which you can make someone smile, and what a big impact it can have. When was…

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True to form here in the UK, one or two glorious days of sunshine and warmth have been quickly chased away by dark clouds, gusts of wind, rain and storms. If you’re staying in, exhausted…

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Today I wanted to share a guest post on the health benefits of massage therapy. I’ve always wanted to treat myself to a massage, and now there are plenty of good reasons to get one! Do you…

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It can be disappointing to feel as though you’ve not achieved much, not done enough, that you don’t have anything ‘to show’ for your years. It’s not true. Look a little deeper. See the beauty…

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I wanted to share a great guest post here on tips that may help with early dementia prevention. There’s also a fab infographic you can check out here, developed by another author, on the potential benefits…

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We were lucky enough to get some spring sunshine and warmth this weekend in what is usually a dreary and cold UK. It’s not scorching or summer weather where I am, but it’s certainly a…

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[  Guest Post  ]  Thanks to the wonderful Sally at Hope Health Healing for sharing this with us. One super frustrating component to chronic illness is the annoying combo of fatigue and difficulty sleeping.  You’d…

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What exhaustion and fatigue are not … Laziness – it’s not simply not “wanting” to do something or not being bothered. A temporary state that you can simply overcome with a little positive thinking or…

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