40 things I wish I could tell my younger self

One of the main reasons I started writing my blog was to reach out and help others. When I write my posts I pretend I am speaking to my younger self; whether that’s the anxious child fearful of the world around her, or the depressed teenager desperate to fit in and be liked, or the Read the full article…

A Girl Behind Dark Glasses (Book) – A Review From a Fellow ME Sufferer

Images courtesy of Jessica Taylor-Bearman “I was an inventor, a researcher, a model, and I travelled the world through my imagination. At that time, it was my only saving grace. I existed in a place I called Limbo Land, hovering between the conscious and the unconscious. I could hear my family talking to me, see Read the full article…

You can’t help everyone and not everyone wants to be ‘saved’

Foreword: I wrote this piece a few months ago and I have been waiting for the ‘right time’ to post it. But I’m not sure there will ever be a ‘right time’; so I’m going to be brave and post it now. I’m the sort of person who sees the good in everyone. My empathy Read the full article…

Product Review – Molytor Hemp Protein Powder

I have been taking CBD oil for nearly 2 years now and I find it very beneficial for my health. Recently I also added a new product to my daily routine – Full Spectrum Hemp protein powder with CBD and CBDa from #Molytor. I was drawn to the protein powder because it combines the therapeutic Read the full article…

8 Spoonie tips for getting the calories and nutrients we need on our ‘bad’ days

Food and Nutrition Series – Part 1 I was asked by one of my followers to write a post about food and nutrition. As it’s a very broad subject I have broken it down into a few articles which I will post over the next few weeks. I wanted to start with a problem I Read the full article…