Lorna

My Health & The Hayo’u Method

I’ve shared a lot with you in the past about my health and as the months go by, I think it’s important to keep you updated on how things are changing for me and progressing. I got the lovely opportunity to meet Katie Brindle, the founder of the HAYO’U Method and speak to her about my life, my issues and more. Katie is a Chinese physician (read her story here), but her focus isn’t just on acupuncture or a lot…

View Post
Lorna

New Photos From My Instagram

It’s been a little while since I did a Instagram round up, so I’m sharing one with you while I’m away in St. Ives. I post about 1-2 photos a day in general on my Instagram now as I want to go for quality photos rather than quantity, plus while I’m not able to go out as much, it’s harder to get as many great shots for you all. I can’t believe I am almost reaching the 40,000 followers mark…

View Post
Lorna

5 Lazy Ways To Stay Healthy

I’m touching on a subject that’s very close to my heart at the moment – health. You all know that I’ve struggled over the past year with different problems on top of the M.E and trying to do the normal ‘eat healthy and exercise a lot routine’, which just isn’t something that I can do. I wanted to put together a list of 5 lazy ways to stay healthy, just little changes you can make during your day to make…

View Post
Lorna

18 Shameless Songs That Make Me Happy

18 Songs I’m Not Afraid To Say Make Me Happy My taste in music has always been eclectic, even in my skater girl and gothic days I still had a secret crush on dance and pop music, sometimes even rap or hip hop, despite head banging. I am being honest when I say I love every genre, especially classical, cheesy pop, hip hop, rock, dance and everything in between, I couldn’t pin point my favourite if I tried. The Nuns…

View Post
Lorna

From Nothing To Something

As it’s M.E awareness week right now, I wanted to touch base on the subject that the charity is focusing on at the moment, and that’s isolation. With most chronic and debilitating illnesses, isolation and loneliness often follows it and it’s something that isn’t discussed very much at all. People are usually more interested in the symptoms and how you are physically feeling rather than the slow impact the isolation and being shut off from the world can actually have…

View Post