Day 30: Giving up why

Things have been getting better for me.  Progress is slow but I can tell it’s happening especially when I read back over my blogs of the last few years.  A constant question that bothers me however, is why?  And not so much the existential why me and why did this happen, but a more practical, … Continue reading Day 30: Giving up why

Day 25: Free from second guessing

I’m really tired. What I think is happening now is that my body is doing a decent job of recovering and continuing to find strength and get on with life but my mind is over-worked.  It’s worrying and thinking and turning over situations, questioning everything, trying to find answers and work out what happened and … Continue reading Day 25: Free from second guessing

One day…

One day I will not think about being ill anymore.  I will not worry about how many hours of sleep I have had or will get.  I won't think about the food I'm eating and wonder if it's hurting my body.  I won't have anymore blood tests and everyone will have forgotten this happened. One … Continue reading One day…

The rise of the listicle – why is everything in list form these days?

They're easy to read Lists gives you a sense of achievement People like to see items on lists they've already completed to check them off No imagination on the part of the writers? Attention spans are ... Have you noticed they never seem to go much higher than the mid-teens?  Think about the psychology.  I've read listicles citing the three … Continue reading The rise of the listicle – why is everything in list form these days?