Hey my Lovelies, I was tagged some weeks ago by, Jen Cannon at The Frozen Mind to do the ’10 Unique Things About Me’ Challenge. I honestly didn’t even know what to type, I normally try to avoid these tags because I can’t think of anything to write as my mind always goes blank when […]
⚠ Trigger Warning – detailed descriptions of PTSD and anxiety symptoms, but no descriptive mentioning of abuse! ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾ “I’m no longer sure if it’s because I have an old soul or if I’m just a fragile soul who feels mentally and physically old” Anxiety isn’t something I speak about a lot, and by ‘a lot’ I […]
Hey my Lovelies, In this post I’m going to speak about my self-teach Japanese language learning, which started in 2016/2017 This is just simply a way to show everyone why and how I began to ‘study’ Japanese language whilst battling chronic illness, hence the title – ‘Learning a language… whilst chronically ill’. This is also […]
*SPOILER ALERT – If you’ve never seen The Lion King before (even though it’s 24 years old Lol) and you don’t like spoilers then don’t read this post!! ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾ I drew this picture after my recent trip to the theatre to see, The Lion King – If you didn’t get a chance, you can read […]
Hey my Lovelies, So recently I posted a blog, Who is Laura Spoonie❔ 10 Facts about ME – 10TH BLOG❕– where I mentioned a few facts About Me so I can build a stronger connection with my fellow bloggers and audience. That way you can get to know me a little better. Now it’s time […]
I managed to draw this picture over the weekend, spare of the moment, but i’m happy with how my butterfly illustration turned out. On Friday afternoon I had gone out to the chemist to pick up some new medication and then visited a good friend after not seeing them in a long time. When I […]
Blog about what lessons we can learn from the characteristics of a sunflower, featuring a Sunflower drawing by Laura Spoonie. Helpful tips to take on board during July, summer 2018 to cope with chronic illness and mental heath, Fibromyalgia, depression.
Who is a Young Carer? A Young Carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps to care for a relative with a disability, chronic illness, mental health condition, drug or alcohol problem. Depending on individual circumstances, a child can either be a carer for one chronically ill parent or both parents, have the secondary […]