About

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Hi, I’m Sinead and welcome to my blog.

I would consider myself to be a shy and quiet person and not always knowing what to say in social settings. When I write though it becomes a whole different story. Blogging is something I really love and helps to get my voice heard while providing me with a place to put my thoughts and ideas.

I didn’t start this blog with a set topic or subject I wanted to share other than what I’m thinking or going through. My blog will cover a wide range of topics from make-up and beauty to food and health with some other things in-between. I suffer from a chronic illness called M.E (shortened version) also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome so how it affects me will also be a topic I will write about. If you are not familiar with M.E and would like to read some more information about it Meg from Meg Says has two very good posts that have a lot of information about it. You can read M.E For Beginners here and Symptoms of ME/CFS here.

I hope you will enjoy it here and I would love to hear your thoughts and comments.

No pressure but if you would like to follow me in other places you can find links below to various different social media platforms I use.

Twitter 

Instagram

Pinterest 

Love, Me (aka Sinead) 

36 thoughts on “About

  1. Joseph McGrath says:

    My wife has ME. She was advised to take up some regular light exercise. She joined a gym and takes part in a yoga class there. It has helped slow the progress of the condition.
    Good luck and stay well.

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  2. Spiritdancing says:

    How brave of you to step out and look for love and support…there is so much help and things to make your life more comfortable, essential oils is one way and there isn’t any extreme side effects…keep up the good work and i really like your blog

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  3. goannasnake says:

    Congratulations on finding the motivation to blog whilst dealing with CFS. I suffered for about 2 years and it was all I could do to get off the couch to pick my pre-school aged kids up from the school bus. Writing would never have entered my head. Fortunately mine was relatively mild compared to many others. Though I didn’t feel very fortunate at the time. Even the doctor told me it was all in my head and I should see a psychiatrist. If he’d only known the effort it took me to get there that day he wouldn’t have wondered why I left in tears. Luckily for me I found a different doctor who was not so dismissive. Stay strong. You’re not alone.
    You never know what positive outcome there might be. I had one. I was too sick to cook dinner every night. My husband started doing that. He’s so good at it that he’s still doing it … 25 years on.

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    • Continuing with M.E says:

      Blogging is something I really enjoy and gives me a place to have the option to write things down if I feel overwhelmed. I’m so thankful that I am able to do this. It’s so nice to hear you had a positive outcome with your husband cooking dinner. 🙂

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  4. taf50 says:

    I had similar thoughts regarding my blogging voice, and do believe that my voice is unique to me and that by blogging I also verbalize things that others persons feel/ think but don’t write down.

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  5. M. L. Kappa says:

    Hi Sinead! Thanks for liking my ABOUT page. I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog. I suffer from Lymes disease so I also struggle with chronic fatigue. Your blog is very soothing and inspirational. Will follow. All the best

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  6. Cathy Lynn Brooks says:

    I clicked on the link you had posted and mentioned that I had never heard of M.E then I noticed your name was M.E. I just thought those were your initials. I thought I had better investigate further and here I am. I really had never heard of it. Bringing attention to it is the first step.

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  7. Dreamer of Dreams says:

    Dear Sinead,

    So sorry that you have to deal with M.E. — I knew a young woman who suffered from it, and saw all that she had to deal with, including rationing her activities, then recovering from them.
    So glad, however, that you’re blogging about your experiences — blogging will be therapeutic, I’m sure.

    Best wishes, and welcome!

    Dreamer of Dreams

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