Life’s Curveballs : Prepare For Being Unprepared

I’m guessing all of us will know what it’s life to be blindsided by something in life. We all know how it goes when we prepare, then are caught off guard. When life throws us…

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Just Breathe

There can be a lot of pressures and challenges in life, with or without chronic illness. Sometimes modern living can cause a cycle of constant busy-ness, where we’re always doing and continually striving, forever stressing…

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Birthdaying With Chronic Illness

Pass the party poppers & grab a slice of cake. It’s time to talk birthdays, and ageing is one thing we all have in common.  It’s different for everyone: A time of celebration, ‘just another…

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Rio Facial Sauna & Steam Inhaler : Reviewed & Recommended

The lovely people at Rio Beauty were kind enough to let me try out their facial sauna recently, so I’m thrilled to be able to get to review it here. If you have skin, breathing…

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Santi’s Design Jewellery

Today I’d like to give a shout-out to the lovely Sofiya who runs her own online handmade jewellery business. You probably already know from my earlier ramblings that I’m a big fan of jewellery, ranging…

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Taking Care of Blonde Hair [Guest Post]

Today I’d like to share a guest post on hair care, specifically for blondes. I’ve found with chronic illness my hair has taken a hit, becoming far thinner & dryer than it used to be.…

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[ Guest Post ] Preparing To Travel With A Disability

Today I’d like to share a brilliant guest post from Olivia about travelling with disability. It’s quite an extensive topic, but this covers the basics for some key travelling scenarios, like travelling when you need…

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Learning to Care A Little Less

There’s a delicate balance between caring too little and too much, and neither comes without its pitfalls. Caring too little can make you apathetic, unsympathetic, demotivated. Caring too much can make you exhausted, stressed out, resentful,…

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Quick Quote : Never-Ending Possibilities

It’s a new month – Hello July! – and a good time to give ourselves the reminder of new possibilities. It can be exhausting and disheartening when you’re faced with a problem – whether that’s…

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Home Help : Managing Stairs

A whole range of health and mobility issues can make stairs a challenge. Those that are wheelchair bound will know this all too well, but joint and muscle conditions, breathing problems, chronic fatigue, arthritis and…

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