Important Update from Sarah at My Stripy Life
I’m not usually one for marking anniversaries, not sad ones anyway. But, this week marks three years since the the Grenfell Tower fire which for us marks three years since my son was diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.)
Grab a cuppa and I’ll attempt to explain why we are supporting the #MillionsMissing protest on Sunday May 12th 2019. My son has been diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/…
When you live with chronic illness ‘crashes’ are inevitable no matter how hard you try to avoid
them. Getting the balance between doing too much or too little is like walking a tightrope. Here are my top tips to spot and to manage crashes.
A little over three years ago I wrote about acceptance being a huge part of my chronic illness journey. Little did I know when I wrote the article that this trust would be tested as my oldest child’s health was about to spiral into a rapid decline.
New school year, new uniform, new adventures. It’s the day before school starts back, this year one of my children, Charlie, will be attending a brand new high…