Today I’m linking up with Rachel from The Invisible Hypothyroidism to share a guest post she’s kindly written for InvisiblyMe. It’s along the lines of issues I’ve touched on before, with the elusive nature of…

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Rest and recuperation at home already has me restless. Too exhausted to think straight or do much, yet too antsy to sit or lie still. At times like this, distractions and small indulgences are called…

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  Firstly, thank you so much for the wonderful comments and kind wishes – these have meant so much to me, I can’t tell you just how grateful I am. These have been from those…

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  Hey. Hi. You. Yes, you. Hello! I hope you’re all doing as okay as possible, and that for those who have been graced with sunshine that you’ve been able to enjoy it. I’m back…

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The National Health Service is part of what makes the UK what it is, and while it has its fair share of flaws, it has without a doubt been a much needed institution for the…

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Surgery. It’s a word that sparks abject fear and worry for some, and a need for distance and distraction for others. I tend to fall into the latter category. Regardless of you deal with the…

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The warm weather has hit the UK, and I’m sure it’s elsewhere, too. We’re due another week of high temperatures, followed by a warm summer with a few more extreme heatwaves thrown in for good…

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Hellooooooo! How is everyone doing this sunny Sunday afternoon?  It’s sunny in my small spot of the UK so I hope you’re getting a little extra Vitamin D where you are, too. This will be…

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There will be times when the world breaks you, when your body feels exhausted & your heart hurts. Take time to break and to accept everything you feel. When you’re ready, get back up, dust…

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The amazing team at Levoit kindly sent me their LV-H132 air purifier to use to see if it could help my health. I was so excited to get this and unbox it ready to test out,…

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