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Tethered

I’m still recovering from a massive crash I had over the past month, which left me out of the office for weeks. I’m back at...

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The highs and the crushing lows

I haven’t written on here for ages.¬†Christmas was low key and relaxed – it was good to spend time with my family, read some...

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Two years and then some

At the beginning of November, my two year mark of living with ME/CFS ticked over. At the time, I considered writing something down...

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Some of the nice things

I’m in my hometown at the moment on a break to attend a wedding on the weekend that I’m very much looking forward to (though I...

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Kicking furiously, getting nowhere

I haven’t really written on here for a while, and it’s because there hasn’t been much to say. Things have just been kind...

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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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