I don’t really talk about it much on my blog, as I never know how to go about mentioning it without seeming like I’m ‘moaning’. Saying that, this is going to be one of my points. I always feel guilty that when I mention my CFS I’m going to be accused of moaning and being negative when that’s not the case. I just want to increase awareness for invisible and chronic illnesses like CFS, as not many people know what it is, and what the symptoms are. So, without further ado, I shall be bullet pointing the struggles and realities I go through on a day to day basis.
If you're anything like me - you constantly have a battle with the Zs. No matter what I try, I still can't just 'nod off' like any other person. So, a quick disclaimer, these tips haven't completely cured my insomnia, but they definitely do help!
As most of you already know (well, I think), I spent a lot of my days over the past few months, working for a razor subscription service called Friction Free Shaving. Until last week, when I get laid off. Yeah, it sucked, but it’s to be expected when you’re working for a start-up or as a freelancer, and I guess it’s just part of the working life. I’m ever so grateful for the experience it gave me, and now I’ve accepted it’s just a part of life, I’m happy being self-employed again.
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