Reviewing My Writing Year….Thank You For Reading, Sharing and Listening!

As 2021 is coming to a close, I like to take time to reflect on my writing year. I’ve so enjoyed blogging plus writing articles for The Mighty. I launched my Podcast in 2020, Medical Musings With Sam, which has proved to be a wonderful way to bring my blog posts to life. Thank You! So this … Continue reading Reviewing My Writing Year….Thank You For Reading, Sharing and Listening!

A Holiday At Home – My Very Own Bed and Breakfast

You know the feeling of needing a holiday. Time away from your own life realities, if even for a few days. You are probably exhausted from work, life events, health issues, end of year fatigue and numerous other reasons. My list of reasons for needing a holiday is not short! A Year To Forget 2021 … Continue reading A Holiday At Home – My Very Own Bed and Breakfast

Don’t Forget The Beautiful Season Of Advent

In the hustle and bustle of preparing for Christmas I love the Advent season. This is the season the Christian church celebrates in the lead up to Christmas. It's the start of the Church year and Advent Sunday marks the four Sunday's before Christmas Day. It's a season of reflection and expectation. Advent is latin … Continue reading Don’t Forget The Beautiful Season Of Advent

Decking The Halls With Comfort And Joy

“Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la, la la la la”  Is it? Do you feel jolly or do you feel exhausted, stressed? Do you feel overwhelmed by your chronic illness, which refuses to understand Christmas is fast approaching, and you really could do with feeling healthy for the festive season? … Continue reading Decking The Halls With Comfort And Joy

Giving Thanks and Being Kind, Despite Pain and Chronic Disease

Chronic Disease is a tough cross to bear. There is no denying it. Having a cheerful disposition while writhing in pain, or dealing with news of a chronic illness diagnosis, may sound like an impossible dream. I can see my readers nodding and saying "you've got that right Sam!" Stay with me on this though..... … Continue reading Giving Thanks and Being Kind, Despite Pain and Chronic Disease