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As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realised that I’m not really one for New Year’s resolutions. I had all sorts of plans to write one of my most glittering and best Chronic Fatigue blog posts of the 2016 and welcome it all in, but it didn’t want to happen. I’ve tried sticking with various things, and do believe in welcoming in the new, but I’ve always believed that resolutions and starting new things shouldn’t just be for the turn of the year. It should be something that you can choose for yourself any minute or time of year.

As I looked back on last year’s New Year post, I realised that a lot of the things I hoped for (but didn’t cling to) didn’t materialise, and that’s absolutely fine. Instead, something wonderful and totally unexpected happened- I published a paperback and Kindle book on Amazon (click here for the details), and I still pinch myself every time I think about it. Reading reviews and hearing comments from readers about how much the book resonated with them has been nothing short of divine, and if I’d clung on for dear life to what I told myself at the beginning of the year I wanted, none of this would’ve happened.

As I’ve been travelling and visiting family back in Europe this month (hello jet-lag!), I didn’t create vision boards, plans and all the things people tell you you’re supposed to do. Instead, I flowed through the days and came back feeling more grounded and serene than if I’d planned every move to within an inch of my life.

So, with all this in mind, I’m totally willing to be surprised this year. I’m not going to do what underneath it all I naturally do, which is push and get things done.

Enough.

I’m through with it.

Let’s put it all into cruise control and let the magic happen.

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10 Best Chronic Fatigue Blog Posts of 2015

I don’t have any philosophical or spiritual platitudes for you as we roll well into this New Year, but I thought it might be useful for me to compile a list of my most popular and best Chronic Fatigue blog posts of last year.

I hope they help you in some way, lovely one.

1. How to Heal and Balance Chakras

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2. 5 Ways to Treat Brain Fog in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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3. Louise Hay Affirmations for Chronic Fatigue

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4. How to Deal with Feeling Unworthy

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5. The Root Causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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6. Does Gluten-Free Help CFS?

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7. How to Accept Help From Others and Being Vulnerable

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8. Hot Yoga and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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9. How to Deal With People Thinking You’re Lazy When You Have CFS

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10. 5 Reasons You Might Be Scared of Getting Better

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Most Popular CFS Pages

The most popular CFS pages that you lovely people have clicked one are: my ‘About’ page, my Mentoring page and my freebies page!

So, there we have it!

Let me know in the comments below- do you make New Year Resolutions, and what have been your favourite blog posts of 2015 (not just mine!)?

Love, Katie    xxx

  2 Responses to “10 Best Chronic Fatigue Blog Posts of 2015”

  1. I don’t make resolutions and never have on New Years. As you said, we can do this anytime of the year. I love your “cruise control” idea! As far as my favorite blog posts, I can’t say, as I like all of your posts. Honestly, I do. Keep on your path Katie. XOXO

    • Thank you, lovely one. Yes, the more I think about it, the more I like the idea of ‘cruise control’ too! You’re so lovely- thank you, Sheila- xx

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