Snapshot Saturday – Super Late.

Apologies for this post being SUPER late. I’m playing catch up today so keep your eyes peeled for all of the posts I’ve missed over the last week or so from my Schedule!

So as I’ve already mentioned, my diet is not going all to well. I’ve been ill with a cold & throat infection which has completely destroyed all of my motivation to be healthy. I’ve been eating rubbish, had a few drinks here and there when attempting to be social (which definitely was not one of my better ideas) and my gym life has been non-existent. All of which make me feel lethargic, bloated and tired which in turn adds to the cycle. Great.. NOT! So here are some photos of what’s been going on but unfortunately.. there are not a lot.

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The Five Year Plan.

A common question we get asked while in School, College, University or just in our lives generally is “What’s your 5 year plan?”. It’s always a hard question to answer and you find that many people either don’t really know but they’ll put down some obvious answers, or others who know exactly where they want to be in 5 years time as well as each step they need to take in order to get there.  So after thinking about this for a good while now, I thought I would try to answer the questions.

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S.R.C – 5 Tips to Help with Anxiety

A fantastic post by Amy over at Living with ME. She gives us her top 5 tips on dealing with Anxiety and talks us through how they help her when her anxiety attacks start. Please go and take a read of her wonderful blog! cropped-cropped-its-yab-logo.jpg

Living with ME

I’ve suffered from anxiety and panic attacks for as long as I’ve been diagnosed with ME/CFS, but before that it wasn’t really something that I had experienced.

The reason I’m writing this post now is because this has been playing on my mind a lot this week. For Uni, I have two presentations that I have to do in a few weeks; one, a 15 minute presentation to do on my own, and the other a 10 minute presentation in pairs.

I can already feel myself getting anxious about these, but not only that, also about the fact that it would not be impossible for me to have a panic attack before, during or after the presentation, which is causing me to feel more anxious and it just goes on. The more anxious I feel, the more likely it is that I will have a panic attack, and because I’m…

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