The Coronavirus Cronicles: Day 10 & 11

Yesterday I awoke earlier than normal and jumped in the shower and then went out for a walk, but there were so many people walking up and down the canal that it was hard to avoid them, so instead I walked up and down the top of the park whilst on the phone to my … Continue reading The Coronavirus Cronicles: Day 10 & 11

The Coronavirus Chronicles: Day 6, 7, 8, and 9

On Monday the plumber and his apprentice came and identified the leak in the floor and fixed it, as well as insulating our pipes. I am so relieved that they managed to sort it out. Now all we have to do is wait for it to dry, which could take a long time, but at … Continue reading The Coronavirus Chronicles: Day 6, 7, 8, and 9

The Coronavirus Chronicles: Day 5

Today when we got up, I noticed that on top of Josh's floorboards that were drying out yesterday, there was water sitting on top of them. So now we think there is a leak instead and we don't know if they are going to have to know into the wall or what in order to … Continue reading The Coronavirus Chronicles: Day 5

The Coronavirus Chronicles: Day 3 & 4

I'm starting to lose track of time and the days: it took hard work to remember what we did yesterday. On Day 2 I suggested to Josh that we need some sort of exercising schedule for two weeks that we cannot go outside at all. Due to my ME/CFS, I wanted to find some low … Continue reading The Coronavirus Chronicles: Day 3 & 4

Exercise: Is it Part of Your Healthy Lifestyle, or Are You Waging War on Your Body?

Exercise: it is a prominent part of our lives. It is a prominent thing on our minds. It is something that those with eating disorders use and abuse to lose weight, change their bodies, and deal with negative thoughts and feelings in a negative and unhealthy way, but it is also something that has become … Continue reading Exercise: Is it Part of Your Healthy Lifestyle, or Are You Waging War on Your Body?