Socialising with chronic pain: the struggles I have that people don’t know about

Socialising when you have chronic pain can be a real struggle. Going out for meals, attending weddings, or work events can be hard. Family, friends, and colleagues often don't know the difficulties we face when we put on a brave face and try and join in. Like I mentioned in a previous blog post why … Continue reading Socialising with chronic pain: the struggles I have that people don’t know about

I feel like a failure

You may have noticed that my Blogtober posts suddenly ended and my last post was on day 16. Well, despite thinking I was ahead of the game with being organised and my planning, life got in the way; the week before I literally had no time to focus on my writing and get my posts … Continue reading I feel like a failure

Why I love my web host

I wrote in a recent weekly gratitude post about how I had changed my web host to SiteGround. I've not been with them long but I am very impressed. In this Blogtober day 10 post I write about why I love my web host. Quite simply, I love my web host SiteGround because: My web pages load … Continue reading Why I love my web host

Happy 1 year Blogiversary to me: what I’ve learned and achieved in my first 12 months of blogging

Yesterday marked my one year Blogiversary. Wow! I've been blogging for one year. That still sounds surreal as it only feels like yesterday that I set up my little blog project and started writing posts about my life with chronic pain. Generally, I start new things but don't stick to them. But with my blog, … Continue reading Happy 1 year Blogiversary to me: what I’ve learned and achieved in my first 12 months of blogging