Happy discoveries on iHerb

I have probably already mentioned the completely bonkers amount of supplements I have tried since falling ill with ME/CFS. I’ve...

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Country days

Over the Queen's Birthday long weekend, a huge group of us went away to Bundanoon in the Southern Highlands to celebrate ...

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Breakfast therapy

As I mentioned in a previous post, going out for a good breakfast/brunch with a book is one way I try to feel a bit brighter when I’m...

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Adventures in deodorant

There are some things in life that I’ve never felt a great need to think about, deodorant being one of them. I normally just buy...

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How do you cope?

There’s a million things on the internet telling you how to cope with a chronic illness – ranging from the practical (try to...

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After the staycation

You know the post-holiday blues? Turns out it is entirely possible to still get those, even when you didn’t leave town on your...

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Under pressure

This is the only cooking post I’ve written that has a bleedingly obvious soundtrack, so here you go. I got a Breville Fast Slow Pro...

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Staycation

This week I am on a ‘staycation’ – a week of annual leave without leaving town. I’ve been so exhausted and...

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Beaches and shakes

As I hinted at¬†in the last post, I’ve been feeling totally¬†stir crazy lately, and stuck in a routine, just going to the same...

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When your world shrinks

One of the things that is hardest about being sick is that your world shrinks. I’ve gone from living abroad and being able to take...

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Night noodle markets, during the day

Last year, I went to the Enlighten Night Noodle Markets, and it was good, but the queues for the particularly ‘hot’ stalls were...

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Survival mode

I have spent the last week and a bit in survival mode – a big fatigue crash, perhaps not unexpected given we have had a busy start to...

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