Exploring Screen Reader Apps

You may have read my previous post Ode to a Field, about locally endangered Skylarks. Once I had started to settle down emotionally I was able to look at the ongoing situation here in a more proactive way. But it hasn't been and isn't easy. To the point of my local Council asking me to … Continue reading Exploring Screen Reader Apps

Covid19 Vaccination – My Experience

I am very fortunate to have received my first dose of the Covid (Oxford/Astrazenica) vaccine this week. Wahoo! There is a lot of concern here in the UK for groups who are slipping through the net of the Covid19 Greenbook, which includes Vaccination Priority Categories. That being a guide document for GPs, as I understand … Continue reading Covid19 Vaccination – My Experience

GET lost – Farewell to Graded Exercise Therapy for UK ME Sufferers – Hopefully

A Paper copy of The Times UK Newspaper

What an absolutey landmark day occurred this week. I'm still pinching myself. GET - aka Graded Exercise Therapy is to be scrapped as a so called ‘treatment’ for MEcfs sufferers in the UK. The implications of this long awaited decision are immeasurable. Not only for current and future sufferers of MEcfs, but also for LongCovid … Continue reading GET lost – Farewell to Graded Exercise Therapy for UK ME Sufferers – Hopefully

Chronic Illness Shower Hacks

Cat in a pink shower hat

Hi to all my readers. I hope you’re doing well despite all that life currently launches at us. Yes, sorry to mention we’re still in year 2020! Although I have included some details about and images of products, this is not a sponsored post. This post is brought to you via the WP Block Editor! … Continue reading Chronic Illness Shower Hacks

A Thought for May – Invisible Illness Awareness

As many folk may or may not know May is ME Awareness month. I must admit that 'Awareness Months' make me slightly edgey.  Are there sufficient months in a year to raise awareness for every need in this world? I don't know. And I honestly feel a bit greedy seemingly hogging a whole month. But … Continue reading A Thought for May – Invisible Illness Awareness

Distraction from Lockdown

I often look at the title of my blog and think about "what is it I'm trying to convey?" And am I achieving it. Don't answer that! Lol! For many early MEcfs years I couldn't use technology of any kind. My brain couldn't cope with the challenge, nor my eyes cope with the visual gymnastics … Continue reading Distraction from Lockdown

Raising a Smile for ME 💙

Smile for ME Charity

Hi from here. I hope your weekend is proving to be a restful one. Smile for ME Charity I was so cheered when the ME Charity Smile for ME contacted me a little while back about writing a piece for their Monthly Newsletter. It was a lovely  opportunity to contribute. It took me a little … Continue reading Raising a Smile for ME 💙