Let’s Talk About Fatigue

I have fatigue. You may have fatigue or know someone who has fatigue. Or you may read the word “fatigue” and think “oh that person just needs to take a nap or have a cup of coffee and they will be fine.” There are lots of different ways to experience fatigue and, like most invisible […] Read more…

Helping Kids with Juvenile Arthritis

Hi friends! This Sunday I am taking part in something called The Jingle Bell Walk & Run For Arthritis and this year the proceeds go to the Childhood Arthritis Program here in Canada. This cause is near and dear to me because I have personally felt the affects of arthritis and I watch one of […] Read more…

Jian Ghomeshi and Society’s Response to Abuse Allegations

This may veer from my normal topics, but my friend Clare had some really important things to say about women’s rights and the tendency of people to shame women who come forward with allegations of abusive relationships. So I asked her to be my first guest blogger! ———————————————————————————– “Jian Ghomeshi and Society’s Response to Abuse […] Read more…

Read It and Weep: Finding Strength in Books

Reading is by far one of my favourite forms of therapy. There’s nothing quite like the stirring of emotion and relief when I open a book and find out that there is another person out there, somewhere, who knows what it feels like to be me. As someone with a chronic illness, I turn to […] Read more…

Trust Your Body.

Hey gang! I haven’t done a health update in a little while because I’ve been so busy trying to compile all of my UK vacation stories for my blog, but today a health update is needed. Yesterday I went to see an Ear Nose and Throat specialist to get results back from a CT scan. […] Read more…

Follow my blog with Bloglovin

Apparently I’ve been living under a rock and not utilizing the awesomeness that is bloglovin so I have decided to change that! If you have bloglovin follow me and I will follow you and we can be bloglovin besties! Yay for friendship! Read more…

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