A Happy Birthday relapse and 7 happy things to do at home

Tomorrow is mine and Dizzy's birthday! I would love to say we're doing exciting things for it but we're having another MS relapse (second one in a year...). 😦 So our exciting adventure tomorrow will be visiting the doctors for steroids! As it's our birthday week and we're feeling abit sorry for ourselves, we have made … Continue reading A Happy Birthday relapse and 7 happy things to do at home

10 quotes for the can’t make it out of bed days

Me and Dizzy love quotes and have decided to do another little post on them! This time they're for the days when we can't make it out of bed. Me and Dizzy have had a super fatiguey/dizzy weekend so these are the quotes that have helped make us feel abit better. 🙂 You can also visit our 10 uplifting quotes for the not so good … Continue reading 10 quotes for the can’t make it out of bed days

7 Ways to Combat Stress

Brilliant stress busting tips! Me and Dizzy can sometimes get stressed about even the little tiny things, so we love this post as a reminder of ways of helping to not get so stressed. 🙂 xxx


We all get a little stressed every now and then. A little stress is perfectly normal but if you find yourself getting stressed quite frequently, then you need to consider the impact this can have on your health. Excessive stress can cause numerous problems for your physical and mental health. For those of you familiar with my blog, you might know that I have issues with anxiety myself. I’ve made a concerted effort over the last year to try and manage my stress more effectively so I thought I would share my tips and tricks with you all.

1. Be Mindful

Mindfulness is the process of learning to live in the now instead of fixating on the past or the future. It involves focusing deeply on your actions and surroundings in the present moment. We often worry about things we cannot change and things that are beyond our control. Practicing…

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10 Tips for Living with a Life Changing Illness

Absolutely brilliant post by Brigid for anyone with a chronic illness. Me and Dizzy shall be making note of them all. 🙂 xxx

Watching the Daisies


In 2010, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a chronic condition that affects millions of people around the globe. The majority of them are women. As yet, there is no cure.

I had enjoyed a successful career as a natural medicines therapist and teacher, but fibromyalgia forced me to stop working for 2 years, reassess my life and embrace a new normal. I eventually left my old career behind, and retrained in organic horticulture, teaching part time in schools until recently.

My illness taught me so much, and I will share some of my most important insights. Here are a few suggestions for living with fibromyalgia or another life changing illness.

Reassessing My Values

Illness forced me to reassess my values. Health is now my number one priority, before career, relationships, finances and all else.

I’ve developed a habit of asking myself ” Will this be beneficial to my health and…

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Dizzy’s discovered a new favourite breakfast

Me and Dizzy have discovered a new breakfast that we are a little bit obsessed with, it tastes that yummy! It's also super healthy. 🙂 Dizzy's delicious Granola: Ingredients: 100g macadamia nuts 100g dissected coconut 100g flaked almonds 100g brazil nuts 100g hazelnuts 100g sunflower seeds 100g pumpkin seeds Coconut oil Honey Cinnamon Vanilla extract You … Continue reading Dizzy’s discovered a new favourite breakfast