{AUDIO} Unworthiness, Abundance, Skiing and Japan

{AUDIO} Unworthiness, Abundance, Skiing and Japan

Woohoo! Thank you for visiting my blog! Subscribe to my newsletter for more sunshine and healing in your inbox. Thanks for visiting! Katie xx  Yep, it’s a very random title for a very random audio, but feelings of unworthiness is something that I’ve been brushing up against a lot recently, and it’s bene really playing […read more]

My Honest Experience of Depression and CFS

My Honest Experience of Depression and CFS

  For a while now, I really didn’t want to go anywhere near this post, even though I knew you might benefit from it. It’s such an incredible (and unintentional) coincidence that at the exact time I publish this on Wednesday evening, I’ll be sitting in a room with some like-minded people waiting to start […read more]

{POEM} If in Doubt, Send Love

{POEM} If in Doubt, Send Love

  If in doubt, send love.   If you’re picking up bad vibes from someone, send love. If you’re completely over it and want out, send love. If you haven’t got a clue what to do next, send love. If your head is pounding and your fingers are gripped, white at the knuckle, send love. If […read more]

Why You Should Never 'Own' Your Illness

Why You Should Never ‘Own’ Your Illness

  For some reason recently, I found myself thinking about (and being absolutely baffled by! All of the times I went to the doctor while I was ill. For years, I completely pushed CFS away and ignored it- there had to be something simpler going on. Couldn’t they just put me on a week’s worth […read more]

Easy Ways to Get Nutrients into your Diet

Easy Ways to Get Nutrients into your Diet

First, let’s start with a confession…well, it’s not really a confession. The thing is, I’m not a great cook- never have been. I used to hate Home Ec classes at school, much to the despair of my Mum and Grandmother who are amazing cooks. I’m a ‘follow the recipe’ kind person and I never really […read more]

Accepting The Now For What It Is

Accepting The Now For What It Is

Accepting The Now For What It Is I’ve known for a while that I’m quite stubborn. I’ve always prided myself on being independent, paying my own way, doing my own thing, but my concept of independence changed completely once I became very ill. My parents had to look after me, and me being so ill, […read more]

Strength and Courage in CFS

Strength and Courage in CFS

  I’m sure that if I told you you were courageous right now, you’d probably tell me I was mad. But, you’d probably say something, then slowly turn back towards me, curious as to why I’d given you that now oh-so unfamiliar label. How can someone who feels so weak and helpless demonstrate outrageous courage […read more]

6 Ways to Cope with Noise and Sounds during CFS

6 Ways to Cope with Noise and Sounds during CFS

  When I think back to having a selection of quick, go-to articles that would’ve made my life a whole lot easier when I was sleeping for 22 hours a day (more on this here), the post I’m about to write would have been really helpful to me. During CFS, you don’t actively realise that […read more]

Relationships and CFS - Part 1

Relationships and CFS – Part 1

  After receiving an email asking for relationships and CFS advice from one of my lovely readers, Carmen, I knew I had to write a little article for you all about this. It turns out that I actually had quite a lot to say on the topic(!), so this will be a two-part blog post […read more]

Relationships and CFS - Part Two

Relationships and CFS – Part Two

  Click here to read part one in this relationships series. It’s very easy to fall into the trap of thinking, “What the point of a relationship? Who would want to be with me? Ah, I can’t be bothered- I’m such a burden.” Many people deliberately try and distance themselves from loved ones or potential partners […read more]

{FOODIE INTERVIEW} Bianca from Vitality Health Coaching

{FOODIE INTERVIEW} Bianca from Vitality Health Coaching

  I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Bianca from Vitality Health Coaching to the blog today for the final part of my ‘Foodie Interview’ Series (click here to catch up on the other incredible interviews). Bianca is a health coach and wellness teacher who definitely practises what she preaches. There is such a gorgeous energy to […read more]

"Want What Feels Good To Want"

“Want What Feels Good To Want”

  Today’s message, with oodles of gratitude to beautiful Danielle LaPorte, is simple, but a goodie. It’s something that we’re always told, in one form or another, when we’re younger, but seems to get hammered out of us when we get all grown-up, responsible and serious. What does it feel good to want? (How many […read more]

How to Pace Yourself with Chronic Fatigue

How to Pace Yourself with Chronic Fatigue

  “Pace yourself, you’re going to tire yourself out.” “One day at a time.” (The worst!) “Everything will happen in its own time.” I’m sure a few people might have said these things to you (amongst others) while you are recovering. They are all said with love and are meant to help you, but can […read more]

{FOODIE INTERVIEW} Claire from The Lifestyle Kitchen

{FOODIE INTERVIEW} Claire from The Lifestyle Kitchen

  I’m so excited to introduce the third part in my foodie interview series today, and say a big hello to Claire from The Lifestyle Kitchen. Claire herself is on the road to recovery after being diagnosed with CFS/M.E, so I think you’ll find this interview really useful. I have to say, I absolutely love […read more]