Month: December 2019

Why Christmas May Not Be the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Warning: this post may come across a bit Scrooge-like. If this offends you, stop reading here.  “It’s the most wonderful time of the yearWith the kids jingle bellingAnd everyone telling you be of good cheerIt’s the most wonderful time of the year…” Andy Williams As we go about our daily business in the month of […]

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Toxic Positivity – Why is it so dangerous?

I’ve been meaning to write this blog post for a while but never quite had the words. Hopefully the words below make sense! I’m posting this in December but it’s got nothing to do with Christmas. Although, saying that, the sentiments could definitely be applied to the festive season.  Related: Mummying and M.E. – Surviving […]

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Surviving My First Christmas with ME CFS

This post was written for Leo | The Anxious Teacher at as part of #Blogmas. The fairy lights are twinkling. Christmas trees are popping up left, right and centre. Shops and supermarkets are pushing their stock of all things gift-like. It’s not yet December but the Christmas period is well and truly upon us.  […]

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