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Christmas Gift Guide – Spoonie Edition – Supporting Chronic Illness Businesses

Christmas Gift Guide – Spoonie Edition |Affiliate Links | The festive season is swiftly approaching and with it, we begin to start thinking of what to get as gifts for our loved ones. Well, why not consider buying from a Spoonie?  There are so many wonderful products and designs out there and so I wanted to …

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Behind The Photo, Behind The Smile – Invisible Illness

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Invisible Illness – But You Don’t Look Sick? I look alright don’t I? Don’t worry I’m not giving myself an overegged compliment (although surely we should be down with that these day’s?!) I mean I look alright, healthy, well. What you don’t see is what is behind the photo and what it takes to put together …

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Gifts For Loved Ones- Spoonies Shops – Supporting The Chronically Ill

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Gifts for loved ones – Supporting those fighting illness Say hello to gifts for loves ones fighting the chronic illness life. Ahh, the chronic illness life is hard, damn hard. Both for those who live life as a Spoonie (if you’re unfamiliar with that term, you may want to check out this post link as it’s …

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Holiday Care Package – Packing Well For Trips Abroad

[Affiliate Links]   As I mentioned in my post Travelling with chronic illness – Tips for planning a holiday taking a trip as someone with chronic illness can be daunting. While we can’t prepare for every eventuality, what I have learnt is to prepare for as many unforeseen circumstances as possible and to do that I …

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Travelling With Chronic Illness – Tips For Planning A Holiday

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Travelling With Chronic Illness When living the Spoonie life, one that is limited by a limited amount of energy and/or a heightened level of pain, planning a holiday and travelling with chronic illness can not only be difficult but daunting. Over the last 8 months, I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve had the …

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