Posts Tagged “wellbeing”

Getting the facts 

By | February 16, 2017

Beware, this might turn into a rant! I’ve been having to have monthly blood tests to check my liver function as I’m been on some totally yucky tablets for my nails.  They work though but, as getting blood out of me is troublesome, it’s not been pleasant. So, last week I went along and also […]

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Got the Virus #WOTW #R2BC 

By | February 9, 2017

It’s funny isn’t it, the little things we find that just keep us going, in times of stress, things that enhance our wellbeing. Mine used to be chocolate, still is tbh, but it has been replaced by something a bit better for me and that produces a nice end result (you can’t always say that […]

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“Within Normal Range” – Sat 16th July 2016

By | July 16, 2016

That would be me, that was how I was described at a dermatology appointment this week.  I do wonder how individuals can be classed as “within normal range”, when there is no previous results for them.  I was also described as something else, but more of that later. Take iron, for example, the “normal range” […]

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Wellbeing and me – Weds 27th May 2015

By | May 27, 2015

It’s been another relaxed day here, so I’m going to go off track a bit and update on my wellbeing – something a bit overdue. Those who’ve read my posts for a while, will remember that towards the end of 2014 I was feeling very down and exhausted.  The last few years of school battles, […]

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Chocolate and me

By | May 1, 2015

Oh, I have had a long relationship with all things chocolate.  Yum yum. It probably (most definitely) started in childhood.  My parents went through a bitter divorce when I was 9 and we were “rewarded” for good behaviour not with praise, but a choccy treat.  It was therefore very easy to associate the feeling of […]

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Smile – At Last #R2BC #WOTW

By | April 9, 2015

Smiling, it should be easy, right?  When a baby is born, people are desperate to see that first gummy smile, even though it may be down to wind. A smile defines you, it sends a message out to other people that you’re friendly, that you can be approached, that it’s okay. But what if someone […]

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