Back to Work!

I have been lucky enough to have an employer that has stuck by me though the good and bad times of my chronic illness. During the harder times of my ME/CFS, I had a number of supportive phone calls from a lovely lady in the HR department. She would always reassure me that whenever I […]

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Hello Health & Hello 2015!

Hello lovelies! I hope your all well and enjoying this fabulous year of 2015 that is now upon us! It has been a while since I have posted any updates… brace yourselves, here it all is. It’s been pretty smooth sailing for me, Ive actually turned up a gear since November and I keep on […]

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Studying with ME/CFS

Hello beautiful people! I apologize for being a bit absent lately. I have been extremely busy being a student. I thought I might share with you all how studying is going for me so far. As some of you know I am studying a diploma in Nutritional Medicine. I am currently half way through the […]

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Words of wisdom

Since I have become unwell, I have come to rely on positive quotes to lift me up and keep me strong during those hard times. Sometimes all you need are a few wise words to help keep positive. The power of a positive mind can help the hardest of situations. I want to share with […]

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Hard times don’t last!

                    “Nothing is permanent not even our troubles.” Have you ever had that feeling, where you feel like you could burst or cry from excitement? I’ve got that feeling and it’s taken what feels like forever to feel like that again! I am well and truly […]

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Hello Sydney!!!

This past weekend was pretty amazing for me. Cameron and I headed up to Sydney over the weekend, which I was really looking forward to. I was feeling pretty good which was great, during the week I had been feeling pretty average. Yay for the weekend!!! The first bit of excitement for the weekend was […]

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Progress is progress!

This past week I’ve had a pretty progressive and productive week. I’ve been out and about almost every day doing things ranging from appointments to outings, including a trip to the shopping mall, walks up to town, running a few errands, riding in a scissor lift as well as organizing and booking accommodation for a […]

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Exercise & Illness

When my Doctor first said to me “you have ME/CFS let’s help you start your recovery”. I thought great a magic pill! But instead she said I’m going to refer you to an exercise physiologist, say what! I can barely move what made her think I was going to be able to exercise!!! Pushing that […]

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