As someone with a chronic illness, I know it’s difficult holding down a job, whether it’s full or part-time, your illness may also prevent you from making a ‘real’ job an option. I understand, I know how hard it is living with a chronic illness, you’re in pain, life isn’t going how you planned, you live with the guilt and failure of not being able to contribute to your family or your self like you dreamed of but that doesn’t make you have to give up your dream.
I’m going to help you create an online business that works with having a chronic illness. Whether that business is just a dream you’re trying to grasp, you’ve got a notebook filled with possibilities or you’ve just started your business, I believe you can do it.
In one of my favourite Facebook groups, someone asked should I start a blog or an Instagram account? The simple and short answer is both. Which is the main response the questioner received. I, however, asked some questions to dig a little deeper because the questioner didn’t go into much detail and that’s important. You… [Continue Reading]
I often get asked how I starting my own business, so I thought I would finally write the full story on how I started my own business. In 2014 several months after my husband and I moved from Plymouth back to North Yorkshire to be closer to our families I became ill with an intestinal… [Continue Reading]
I’m feeling so emotional lately. Life has been hard the past couple of months as it seems my endo is coming back and I’ve been dealing with flare up after flare up. I had three flare ups in just one week of June and my body isn’t bouncing back like it once was. Neither physically… [Continue Reading]
Blink and six months are gone While we’ve now just passed the first sixth months of 2018 I have to be honest and say I’ve not really done what I set out to achieve for 2018 and I feel this has to be said, I’m rather unsurprised by this. If you look through my blog… [Continue Reading]
Back in March, I came up with a goal to go live on my Facebook Page 15 times during the month. I drafted content ideas but when the time came to step out and do the videos the fear of leaving my comfort zone was too much. Now looking back I know that staying in… [Continue Reading]