Hi Everyone, Yes It’s me…..I’m back and blogging. I’m going to put an hour aside here and there to make time to blog….I’m determined. Life’s been very hectic to say the least this year. I have the shop full-time now as well as running sewing/craft workshops in the evenings and weekends. On top of that… Continue reading Putting on the Brave Face!
I’ve not blogged for ages so I thought I’d come and say hello. Its coming unto the 5th anniversary of my diagnosis so I thought it would be a good time to reflect. So I’ll start off with things that have changed over the last 5 years. Medication – I’ve taken a cocktail of meds… Continue reading Five Years On…..
Good evening everyone, My gorgeous hubby is joining this blog post tonight. As many of you know (unfortunately) that mental illness not only affects the sufferer but also close family members and friends. However the family members and friends seemed to be overlooked so its important that we hear the voices and opinions of loved… Continue reading I’m very proud of my blog
Hi everyone I hope your all well and prepared for Autumn I’ve had loads going on….. busy haberdashery City & Guilds still ongoing (but passed another module today 🙂 ), and a holiday to Lanzarote. Mix it with a bit of a mixed episode and that’s where I’m at. The Haberdashery is growing all of… Continue reading Its been a while….
Ok so have Bipolar but I still think I’m lucky 🙂 Why??? Because I’ve got my husband. We celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary last week. We’ve been together for 15 years in total. Most of the time he’s very calming, loving, caring, funny, inspiring and a fantastic Dad, the rest of the time he’s acts… Continue reading Yes I am lucky
You can’t really plan anything when you have a mental health disorder because lets face it we can never tell how we are going to feel one day to the day. We can only do our best. And if I’m being honest nothing ever goes to plan anyway. Take the things I make for instance……I… Continue reading Bipolar Plan x
All mental health disorders are effected by triggers. Triggers cause drops in moods, anxiety, panic attacks and in Bipolar cases they can cause a high. Triggers can vary from social situations, life events, people, illness and a long list of other things. I’ve always had it drilled in to me to recognise my triggers and… Continue reading Triggers