ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) Awareness – Final Week

Welcome! Did you know that May 12th was MECFS International Awareness Day? With that in mind, during the month of May, I was joining in on Instagram with other chronically ill people on the below pictured spoonie challenge, posting once daily as able, to spread awareness on a variety of MECFS topics. In order to …

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Are you constantly ‘shoulding’ on yourself?

If you haven’t heard the term, shoulding, you may be thinking - say what, what? For those of you who are unfamiliar, I’ll pop in the definition to the slang term below. Noun. shoulding (uncountable) The cognitive distortion of making statements of what should be true, as opposed to reality. ~ Wiktionary Now we’re all …

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Be good to one another and be good to yourself.

Well look at February zooming by like nobody’s business! Did you know that February 13th was National Kindness day? I didn’t until I saw it fluttering by on IG. Between the kindness postings and feeling like I left last week’s blog half written I thought I’d take a moment to touch back on the topic …

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The grass is greener where you water it.

I love the saying ‘the grass is greener where you water it’. If you would have asked me five years ago to define it, I would have said it means that you should invest your romantic energy in your partner instead of putting it towards someone outside of your relationship while complaining that your current …

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The Quest For Happiness

*This post is intended as nothing more than a thought provoking post on my opinion, which is based solely on my experiences and research. Kind of a ‘me sharing what’s worked for me’ thing. The reality is that everyone, in one form or another, is searching for happiness. Maybe they are looking for happiness in …

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