The Spoon Theory Explained

Invisble Illnesses, Physical Illnesses, Resources

Hi Guys,

I was contacted by Victoria at Burning Nights, who has produced a valuable infographic about the Spoon theory.

Victoria is the founder of Burning Nights is a small U.K charity dedicates to helping those battling  Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).  CPRS is a chronic condition where someone usually experience chronic pain in one limb.  We would love if you shared this post to raise awareness of the condition and the work that the charity does.

You may also find my post 5 Ways to have a Productive Day with a Chronic Illness useful to manage your time  inspired by the Spoon theory)

Lots of Love,

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Common Types of Migraine Headaches and Symptoms in Children

Invisble Illnesses, Resources, Well-being

Hello Lovelies,

I was contacted on behalf of  Diamond Headache Clinic, the oldest and largest headache centre, who recently made a presentation about various types of migraine headaches and symptoms in children.The presentation focuses on children aged 5-9 years old who regularly experience abdominal headaches, which can develop into more severe headaches later in life. To help raise awareness  please share to those looking for information to have  migraine-free children, as it provides a valuable resource.

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Resource Hub


Hey guys,

Over the past few weeks, I have  received numerous requests  to add resources on to my blog.. so the resource hub was born.

The resources will be ones, I have personally found beneficial and successful requests by others.  The resources will range on various topics hopefully to inform and help people about chronic illnesses to improve the quality of their lives.

If you have a request, to add a resource please send it to and I will try to reply within 7 days.

Please note, I will not re blog exactly all the content on your blog, as I have done this before and it cut my DA over half even once deleted.

Lots of Love,

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