How I Stay Organised To Manage My CFS

I’ve mentioned this a few times before but I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It has taken a while but my CFS has improved enough that I almost have enough energy to live a relatively normal life. I don’t work but I am currently studying graphic design, I also run this blog which takes up a […]

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5 Things I Learned From Having CFS

5 Things I Learned From Having CFS

It has been almost exactly 2 years since I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome so I thought I would do a little post sharing what I’ve learned from having CFS. Bedtimes are mandatory. In the past if I wanted to stay up till 3am reading fanfictions I could do that. Now I have a […]

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Doing College With CFS

too tired

So I did an update post a few weeks ago where I said that I was doing fine and wasn’t having any problems with my CFS… yeah I spoke too soon. Admittedly it did start out okay but the last three weeks have been awful. Its not been good at all, which is really annoying […]

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On Being Tired

on being tired

I first learned about ME when I was 10. I didn’t know much about the illness but I knew enough that I though it would be a fun thing to have. I mean any illness that gets you time off school must be good right? As it turns out ME or CFS or SEID or […]

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Take Back What’s Yours

Take Back What's Yours

I was tagged by Galit on Coffee n’ Notes to take part in the #TakeBackWhatsYours campaign. The campaign was originally started by Chloe from Chloe’s Concept as a way to use our position as bloggers to inspire other people to make a positive change for good! …many make New Year resolutions, so why not influence […]

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On Depression by Jasmine Warga

Todays post was written by┬áJasmine Warga, author of My Heart and Other Black Holes. I just want to take this moment to thank Jasmine for writing this piece. When I was in that dark place one of the hardest things I found was talking to other people about how I was feeling. I was terrified […]

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