I can’t quite believe where the time has gone, though I could say the same thing about the last couple of years let alone the last couple of weeks! I’ll be going on holiday in…

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  I really didn’t know what to expect from physio. The rheumatologist, after diagnosing undifferentiated connective tissue disease (UCTD) and fibromyalgia, recommended physio and pain management. I’m also on Hydroxychloroquine for the UCTD. The appointment…

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I don’t much like doing ‘me’ updates as I’m sure others must find me pretty boring, but I enjoy hearing how other people are doing so here we go! I bit the bullet and dyed my…

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There’s something really refreshing about getting a haircut. I grew mine out quite long and part of me loved long hair because I liked feeling hidden by it and, I guess, it also made me…

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I should probably start by saying that things have been rather up and down for me lately and I’m sorry I haven’t posted a great deal. So for today, here are… A few more sketchy…

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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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The words “smear”, “pap test” and “cervical screening” can strike dread in some, and nonchalance in others. But it is important, and I’d highly recommend attending screenings when you’re due as it’s not often we…

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March has been a mixed month personally and within society as a whole, especially given the recent tragic and worrying events in the UK. I wanted to do a quick personal run-down for March and a look-see…

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So, I’ve had some pretty pants days recently. I don’t know how else to describe them; feeling awful about myself, being exhausted yet restless, unable to concentrate or focus, feeling let down and left out. I’ve…

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I usually find days like today to be a load of faff, a bit like Valentine’s and Easter and even Christmas. They’ve become too commercialised and filled with high expectations that leave us deflated when…

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