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“I care not what others think of what I do, but I care very much about what I think of what I do! That is character.” – Theodore Roosevelt

Not everyone wants to understand what we deal with or what we do, particularly if those don’t concur with their own thinking, but if those are your own experiences, it important you learn how not to care so much …

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20 Sep, 2020

Push through it

Push through it, push through the emotional pain. I pushed through the pain of not knowing about my disability, or what that even meant, how it played out day to day. I pushed through the pain of not being able to talk about it in the early days.

It’s easy to ignore what we don’t know about, we don’t know so we don’t have to think about it right? Not true, because we will always have to deal with what is meant for us, even if it’s not obvious in the …

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18 Sep, 2020

Writing intent

Writing my book although cathartic, was difficult; not a decision taken lightly, but coming to a realisation that without writing about my disability, I would still not know about my disability today.

I needed to get past just knowing I had a bad leg and foot. I needed to know about my mental and emotional struggles, why I was failing and why I got to this place without knowing. I needed to bring my life together …

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16 Sep, 2020

Biodiversity Loss

We must thank Sir David Attenborough for continuing to bring Biodiversity issues to our attention. Biodiversity loss is real, it’s scary and it’s all of our responsibilities. It is not good enough for us to talk about it and then just ignore it. We must all now change our living habits to ensure we reverse the animal threat of extinction and climate change, so that the human species may also stay protected.

Plant and animal species are disappearing at an ever-faster rate due to human activity. Biodiversity, described as the variety of all living things on our planet, has been declining at an alarming rate in recent …

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15 Sep, 2020

Foods for Hormone Balance

We are made up of a complex symphony of hormones including insulin, oestrogen, progesterone, thyroid, cortisol, and many more. These are our bodies chemical messengers which must work in harmony for us to experience optimally functioning, health.

However, many women deal with common hormonal imbalances that can lead to mood swings, irritability, brain fog, fatigue, and weight gain. Hormones are produced and impacted by the microbiota, so hormone …

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14 Sep, 2020

My autism woes

I was convinced I had something going on as a child, it was in my eyes, it was in my smile, my smile didn’t seem animated and where my siblings’ smiles were animated, my smile didn’t fit. It was something I kept going back to.

It is because I have autism. I have no problem with autism, I recognise it has given me a life through my writing, but I have an autistic look and I hate that. Knowing about it at the age of 56 has made it impossible …

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12 Sep, 2020
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