Christmas · Chronic Illness

Blogmas Day 9 – Stocking Fillers

Finding those adorable little extras for your loved ones stocking can be tricky if you're unable to get to shops for inspiration, and some of the stocking filler categories online can appear to be filled with only the tackiest of items. This year I've been on the lookout for stocking fillers that are not only… Continue reading Blogmas Day 9 – Stocking Fillers

Christmas · Chronic Illness

Blogmas Day 7 – Self Care at Christmas

We're one whole week into December, christmas is fast approaching, and although it often brings a lot of joy, it can also bring a lot of stress, particularly if you're chronically ill. Christmas can involve busy shops, lots of meet ups or parties, and then often a lot of family will be around on Christmas… Continue reading Blogmas Day 7 – Self Care at Christmas

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Blogmas Day 6 – 6 Things I’m Grateful For In 2018

2018 has been a busy year, a little busier than my little body could deal with at times, but it was great nonetheless. When you're chronically ill and your body goes through many ups and downs, it can be difficult to remember all of the good that has happened, all the things you have achieved.… Continue reading Blogmas Day 6 – 6 Things I’m Grateful For In 2018

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Blogmas Day 3 – Winter Weather Survival

December may bring us Christmas, but it also brings us winter. Winter can be the cause of a lot of chronic pain, and can irritate raynauds symptoms, so I've found some items to help you stay cosy and in less pain this winter. Cut off gloves. These sparkly blue cut off gloves look great for… Continue reading Blogmas Day 3 – Winter Weather Survival

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10 Surprising Symptoms of Dysautonomia

October is dysautonomia awareness month, and here we are in October! (Isn't Autumn lovely?) People seem to talk about, and be aware of, the more typical symptoms of the different dysautonomia illnesses; low blood pressure, rapid heart rate, blood pooling, fainting, dizziness, bad circulation, but here are some of the more surprising (or lesser known)… Continue reading 10 Surprising Symptoms of Dysautonomia