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]

{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]

23 Secret Fear-Based Emotions

23 Secret Fear-Based Emotions

  Many of you have read about my belief that I think the reason Chronic Fatigue Syndrome started within me in the first place was because I was coming from a place of fear. Once I realised this fear, my healing really began and healing became expected and easy. Fear comes in many forms and […read more]

Yoga and CFS- Getting the Balance right

Yoga and CFS- Getting the Balance right

  (This was my very, very first blog post- published in February 2013. Bless me!) Over the years I have developed a love of yoga and feel the benefits straight after class. I’m one of those people who goes to yoga for the spiritual benefits, rather than for getting fit and toned, although those are great reasons […read more]

4 Annoying Things About Self-Help Books

4 Annoying Things About Self-Help Books

  I have had a lot (and I mean, a lot!) of emails recently from people feeling completely lost and adrift in amongst all the self-help and spirituality books that we’re incredibly lucky to have access to these days. This genre of books was completely foreign to me until I moved to Australia three years […read more]

The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Manifesto

The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Manifesto

  I thought is was about time I created a manifesto for this website and for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I’ve been meaning to bring this to you for so long, but it’s been on my wall for a while now and every time I look at it, I feel strong, powerful and full of universal […read more]

My Double-Birthday Giveaway!

My Double-Birthday Giveaway!

  To celebrate my Birthday at the end of January and my two-year blogging Birthday coming up in the next few days, I decided to put a little package of my very favourite bits and pieces together and give them all to one of you lovely, lovely people. This is just a small token of […read more]

10 Ways to Stay Healthy When You're Busy

10 Ways to Stay Healthy When You’re Busy

  As many of you know, I teach full-time, and even though I enjoy the busy nature of it, there are some days when I barely sit down and can hardly strong a sentence together when I get home. In a strange way, I often feel grateful for these days, especially as I spent so […read more]

{FOODIE INTERVIEW} Rachel from Niyama Naturopathic

{FOODIE INTERVIEW} Rachel from Niyama Naturopathic

  To continue our foodie series (read the first post here), I’m absolutely over the moon to introduce beautiful Rachel from Niyama Naturopathic to you today. Visiting Rachel’s blog makes you feel immediately calm and centred, which is often quite rare to find on the internet these days. Her recipes are oozing with nutrition and […read more]