If you’re wondering how you start a business from home in 2020, this is the site to follow. I won’t tell you all the airy-fairy BS that others say. I’ll tell you exactly how it is.
When I was newly diagnosed seven years ago, one of the hardest things to deal with was the idea of having regular blood tests. I was petrified of needles.
Another week has flown by! A week in the life of a 29-year-old chronically ill business owner just trying to help others.
I’m absolutely exhausted. Not for the same reason as last week. Last week felt very mentally, emotionally and physically draining every single day. This week I just had a lot on. I sorted my sh*t out, pulled myself together and have developed a new favourite quote.
I’m a fraud. Or at least I feel like one. When writing for a site about multiple sclerosis and setting up a business focused on my diagnosis to help others in the same boat, it is a requirement that I talk about my MS but when nothing has changed, it makes it harder to know what to say
Wow this was a WEEK. It was hard AF if I’m being honest. Lots of growth and learning. I’ve learned growing in life and business at the same time does not feel good. My body this week has not felt well any day. I’ve done lives in my group everyday and fought through so many symptoms.
Most often, patients are the focus of a diagnosis, and the people around them are almost forgotten. The thing is, a diagnosis often affects the people around a patient more than one might think. And the person being diagnosed will look to members of their family for support.
This week I learned a lot. I got frustrated. I got ill. I got more frustrated. And now it’s Friday. I’m exhausted.
If there’s one thing that I love it’s reading funny memes from people who get it. Here are my fave five from Instagram this month. Which do you like best? It’s true right. You have to laugh at these things, Read more…