This post is about bucket lists. It might seem like it's going to be a bit morbid but I think that having a bucket list can be really motivating, especially if you have a progressive illness or your symptoms are becoming more difficult to manage. I often feel down when I think about the things … Continue reading My 2 Lists
Getting out and about using crutches is not so bad...if I'm with someone else. However, if I need to go out on my own, things aren't as simple. Needing to use crutches to get about is a chore by itself. I'm having a bad time with my left shoulder so I'm not even going to … Continue reading I Didn’t Realise!
*Adults only* Since my new direction for this blog is honesty, let's be honest. When you think of having sex, all you can think of is the pleasure and excitement.....unless you have a chronic illness. It kind of removes a chunk of the romance when you have to pause for an inhaler or to put … Continue reading Let’s talk about sex, baby!
Since becoming ill, I've not been able to exercise as much as I'd like to. Exercise was a huge part of my life before and I loved the gym burn and the feel good factor after a hard work out and a lot of sweat! I really enjoyed exercise and thought it could fix most … Continue reading Weight, what?!
I love writing my blog and I'm really happy that people have found it helpful. I've had messages from those who are newly diagnosed, those who have felt alone in their journey and those who have benefitted from some of my suggestions in previous blog posts. However, I tend to write my posts so they … Continue reading A New Direction
I'm normally a positive person and try to remain upbeat and enthusiastic about all things, including illness. However, lately, I'm struggling to keep up with this positive attitude. I've always managed to power through or try new ways of doing things while Paul is at work but recently, this has become a huge struggle. My … Continue reading Losing Hope