6 habits to help you live with chronic illness that I learned in 2017

6 habits learned in 2017

6 Habits to help you live with chronic illness At this time of year, people are looking at the year ahead and making resolutions about the changes that they want to make. In my experience, this idea of change in the new year doesn’t always work. 2017 was a very mixed Continue Reading

Happy New Year!!

Happy New Year If you follow me on Twitter (@A30MinuteLife) you will know that I have had difficulty in writing this New Year post. 4 days ago I sat down at my laptop thinking that I would write something about 2017, its ups and downs. As those of you with Continue Reading

Living with Chronic Illness – Winter is Coming

Living with Chronic Illness - Winter is Coming

Winter is Coming On Tuesday I was out at work. My work is doing market research surveys, and I go from door to door, seeing if I can get someone to be a respondent for my survey. I enjoy this job and the people that I meet and it is Continue Reading

Tip 5 – Adjust to the new normal

Adjust to the new normal

The new ‘normal’ I cannot walk any more!! I am in constant pain!! These are some of the new realities for people with a chronic illness, the new ’normal’. You no longer have the luxury of being able to hop out of bed and go for a long walk. Everything Continue Reading

Tip 4 – Get Support

Get Support

Get Support? It is my illness. I can manage it on my own. Don’t interfere with my life, you don’t know what it is like. These thoughts have spun around my head so many times in the last 25 years, I have lost count. It can be lonely when the Continue Reading

Living with Pain – The new ‘normal’

Living with Pain – The new ‘normal’ Living with pain is a huge pain in the neck. it is my new ‘normal’. I have had constant pain for the last 3 years as a result of a car crash. It presented itself to me the day after the accident, and Continue Reading

Living With MS – Accepting the Challenge

Living with MS – Accepting the Challenge My first week blogging, and I have been excited, and a little overwhelmed, by the response to one of my posts. I did not expect this reaction. I don’t like that I have MS, or that I have a continuous migraine-like headache. I Continue Reading