Our Coping Strategies For Bedrest

Many folk will know that it has proven to be a very challenging time for us, since my experiencing anaphylaxis. The symptoms are settling down, yes they have gone on and on. And I now await allergy testing with the hope of some useful answers. It's looking like it may be quite a wait. Thankful … Continue reading Our Coping Strategies For Bedrest

Is It Easy To Contact A GP?

Needing the Doctor when you're homebound can be very difficult. And quite stressful. Well it certainly has been over the years, with pretty upsetting 'discussions' on the phone (sometimes in person) with Doctors and occasionally Nurses. All because your health limits your ability to get anywhere. And that's not through choice, but through health, which … Continue reading Is It Easy To Contact A GP?

Accessibility – Why More Is Needed

A thought for Wednesday. Accessibility Definition: "...able to be reached,... or used by people who have a disability. Features such as non-slip floors and accessible entrances" I was going to post this on facebook, following a visit to the optician which was long and tiring, preceded by a week plus on bedrest which was equally … Continue reading Accessibility – Why More Is Needed

GET and CBT – My Awful Experience as an ME Sufferer

I have thought, with great hesitation and a lot of emotion, if it was time to give a little insight into my experience with a thing called GET - Graded Exercise Therapy and CBT - Cognitive Behavourial Therapy. It's hard to revisit. But with the advent of Long Covid and some recent debacle about a … Continue reading GET and CBT – My Awful Experience as an ME Sufferer

A Day in the Life of Bedrest

Doodle of a tray with a glass, plate and some food items

Relapses I often know how crummy (ie. Payback, Setback or Relapse written in order of likely duration) the MEcfs is becoming when I have vivid dreams involving rapidly rising water and blocked routes. No not blocked drains and not a dripping tap, or a glass of refreshing sparkling. I'm talking about floods. Perhaps that is … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Bedrest

Chronic Illness Shower Hacks

Cat in a pink shower hat

Hi to all my readers. I hope youโ€™re doing well despite all that life currently launches at us. Yes, sorry to mention weโ€™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

Home Worship, an Interior Design

Home Worship

I realised the title can be read in two ways. As I'm not about to launch into detail about en trend colours, and fabric samples (ah, one day peely paint... stay AWAY from the paintbrush!) I hope the intention of title will become clearer. Home worship an Interior Design [Approx 1600 words.] I began to … Continue reading Home Worship, an Interior Design