Slow Living for Chronic Illness (Part 2/2)

In a previous post I looked at the philosophy of the slow living movement and what I think it can offer the chronic illness world…or more specifically what chronic illness warriors could offer the slow living movement. As far as I am concerned, many of us are slow living champions, and the rest of theContinue reading “Slow Living for Chronic Illness (Part 2/2)”

Slow Living for Chronic Illness (Part 1/2)

In an earlier post, I wrote about some concerns I have with the world of self-care, and how I have been learning about a philosophy and approach to life that hopefully does away with that term altogether – slow living. Since writing that post, I have been reading more about the slow living movement andContinue reading “Slow Living for Chronic Illness (Part 1/2)”

Gratitude and Chronic Illness – August 2020

I have had an interesting month, characterised by a few ups and downs (mostly ups). The month started really strong and I have been feeling great, as my previous posts have detailed. The second half of this month has been a little wobbly, BUT, I am not concerned. In fact, I was far less frustratedContinue reading “Gratitude and Chronic Illness – August 2020”

My Problem with Self-Care for Chronic Illness

Self-care is a major topic in the chronic illness/autoimmune world, and so it should be. The need to look after yourself, reduce unnecessary stress, and ensure you take time to pace and do activities you enjoy, is even more crucial when struggling with chronic illness. Often I have very little choice when it comes toContinue reading “My Problem with Self-Care for Chronic Illness”

How Blogging has Helped me to Fall in Love with My Chronically Ill Body

Well there is a title for a post I never expected to write! I started this blog only 1 month ago (yes, I know, I said I have a lot of catching up to do), because I yearned for a new adventure. Here I am, only 1 month into the journey and I am declaringContinue reading “How Blogging has Helped me to Fall in Love with My Chronically Ill Body”