How not to train your german shepherd and other life lessons

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Trapped Nerves and Sleepless Nights

I’ve spent the last few days pretty much in bed.

After my fantastically productive weekend and stupidly moving the little sisters motorbike, I’ve buggered my spine.


What is Spoon Theory?

Spoon theory is a measure of energy used by people with a chronic illness. 

Many people of have either a physical or mental illness may refer to themselves as a spoonie and you may see or hear things about it, but what is it? 

Morning Routine

Routine is important to me. It’s important to manage my mental and physical health and it’s all become a bit lost recently. 

My routine generally has gone, and I need routine. Routine keeps me healthy and happy, even if others might think it restricts what I do, it allows me to manage my medical conditions so they don’t overwhelm me or become worse. 

Can’t be bothered

There are some days that I just can’t be bothered and that feeling can continue for a few days, weeks or months depending on how my health is. At the moment I’ve been in can’t be arsed mode for about 2 weeks. 

Fuel for Thought

This post was going to be called, ‘you are what you eat’, however, Anita over at Discovering Your Happiness, beat me to it. If you can, go and read Anita’s post on this subject because it’s just so true, and so important if you have any health condition. 

I have a few health conditions, really I should just live in a bubble and have done. I have both mental and physical conditions. 

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