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Welcome to my blog ‘A Journey Through the Fog’. I discuss all aspects of my mental and physical health, detailing the impact they have had on my life. I hope by sharing my experiences I can help others along the way. I try to offer practical solutions and guide you through ways in which you can take back control of your health and life. Please note I am not a medical professional but I do speak from experience having lived with ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety and other illnesses for many years. Hope you enjoy my blog.

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Living with severe ME – a glimpse into my world (video)

I have created a very honest video about the reality of living with severe ME to try to raise awareness. I would really appreciate it if you could watch and share. Thank you. “ME has stolen so much from me but the most frustrating part about this illness is not being believed, and not having Read the full article…

Self compassion: the gift of kindness

Each month a fellow blogger (A Chronic Voice) hosts a ‘Link-up party’. I have wanted to take part for a long time but ill health restricts how much I am able to do. This month I was determined to get involved. Let me explain what a ‘link-up party’ is: It is a monthly get-together for Read the full article…

CBD Oil Review – CannabiGold Classic 500mg

Disclaimer; #AD This post is sponsored by Bionativa. Whilst this post is sponsored, all opinions expressed in this review are my own. I’ve spoken a lot about my experiences with CBD, and also about how to stay safe when buying CBD products, and what to look for in a good quality CBD oil. Over the Read the full article…

Whatever you do today, let it be enough

I wrote this post especially for ProHealth Inspirational Corner and it first appeared there on the 11th March 2019. “Your worth is not measured by your productivity” We live in a society that teaches us that unless we are pushing ourselves outside our comfort zone, constantly striving to do more, we are not embracing life Read the full article…

Could you benefit from taking a social media break?

‘An ode to social media’ by Matt Haig “When anger travels the internet, looking for a hook, it’s time to disconnect, and go and read a book.” Matt Haig, author of ‘Reasons to stay alive’ and ‘Notes on a nervous planet’, announced this week that he’s backing away from Twitter for the sake of his Read the full article…