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April Favourites – Books, Food, and Taxes?

April Favourites It’s time for April favourites! We’re nearly out of April now, and I’m pretty sure I’ve collected more than a few favourites – I’ll refrain from listing them all! It’s been an odd sort of month. There’s been taxes, work, and the start of YouTube. I’ve been exposed to the outside more than […]

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How to survive, or at least ‘tolerate’, chronic illness flares.

Advice | How to survive, or at least ‘tolerate’, a chronic illness flares.
Chronic illness flares are nothing to joke about. They come on unexpectedly, last anywhere from a few minutes to hours, and are usually just brutal. The main way my chronic illness flares is through pain, general ‘achiness’, and if it’s my IBS – stomach cramps, and a lot of toilet time.

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Get to Know Me: What are My Disabilities? My CRPS Story [Video]

Get to Know Me: What are My Disabilities? My CRPS Story  Fancy listening to me natter on about my medical ailments and disabilities in video form? Now you can! I make videos now, it’s a thing apparently. The video covers nearly all of my chronic illnesses/disabilities (naturally, I forgot a few), and what happened this […]

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MRI Tips and Tricks

MRI Tips and Tricks In the past ten years I’ve had around ten MRIs, heck I’ve probably had more, but they all blur into one after a while.  The MRIs I’ve had have taken place in lorry like transportable vans, private facilities, seperate building, and hospitals, and from what I can tell there seems to […]

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Get to Know Me/What’s in My Bag? Spoonie Edition! [Video]

Get to Know Me: What’s in My Bag? Spoonie Edition! So … what’s in my bag? My bag has absolutely no rhyme or reasons in regards to organisation, it’s all just dumped in there – maybe one day I’ll find the perfect bag. This ‘what’s in my bag’ video was also a real eye opener […]

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