New Month, Same Old Same, But Plans Are Afoot

It feels like 2019 is running away from us. I swear it feels like we were just celebrating the new year, looking forward to new adventures, setting goals and making plans. Next think we know it’s half the year has gone and we (meaning me) aren’t any further forward in the goals I’d set myself …

Shining The Spotlight on Chronic Illness & Disability Q&A My Story

Shining the spotlight on chronic illness and disability is a series I created to give others like myself, who live with chronic illness or disability an arena to get their voices heard.  To show the world exactly what it is like to walk a mile in our shoes.  The series officially started at the beginning …

2019 A New Year, New Adventures and Challenges Lie Ahead

We are only a few days into the new year! My brain still thinks its 2018 not 19. When my brain eventually catches up with the rest of the world. it will realise that we have a whole new year of adventures and challenges are ahead of us. When I was looking towards the new …

Halloween Themed Craft Ideas – Blogtober 2018 – Day 20

Crafting is one of the suggestions I used for my rainy day activities post. Today I am sharing some of the crafts that alex and I have been doing this month.

With Halloween just around the corner. I felt that doing some Halloween inspired crafts would be perfect. 

On a day where nothing was planned. I got out our crafting supplies and got to work with Alex to make the pumpkin paper plates and the bat silhouette picture that is found.

It didn’t go according to plan but both Alex and I loved it. We will definitely be doing more crafting more often from now on.

Tell me in the comments one of your favourite crafting memories with your children or as a kid.

Thanks as always for stopping by.

When Chronic Illness & Mental Illness Gang Up On You

If you’ve been around these parts for a while you’ll know that I suffer from both chronic illness and mental illness. Although you wouldn’t be wrong to think that my mental illnesses of depression and anxiety are part in parcel with the chronic illness, you’d be both right and wrong. Although I’ve been plagued with …

When My Illness Affects Alex

Having lived with fibromyalgia for several years I am used to the disappointment that comes when I’ve made plans and have to cancel because I’m either too exhausted, too sore or have concentration issues. What I am not used to is the way it affects Alex’s life. His activities and chances to meet and play …