I’d like to share these two posts with you.
Why You Need To Stop Making Comparisons Right Now
Simple Living Sunday – The blessing of having just enough
I found that they struck a chord with me. Unfortunately, at times, I do find I have to stop myself from feeling envious of others. It used to be if I saw other people having wonderful holidays or living in beautiful houses; especially when I went through a time of experiencing financial difficulties and the fact I live in a tiny one-bedroom house.
However, I’m now okay with my finances and my little house is surrounded by beautiful bushes and trees. I feel blessed that it’s so peaceful. I do strongly believe in practising gratitude.
The above posts, to me, remind me of what really matters. They’re a gentle reality check.
During this month, it was Coeliac Disease Awareness Week. Feel free to check out this post: Your Indispensable Guide to Coeliac Disease. I’m considering getting myself tested for this because it is unfortunately in my family.
May is also Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month. (Another condition which I’m worried about developing,) and Bladder Cancer Awareness Month.
For June, my posts will include the health benefits of champagne (yes, there are some!) and as the last week of June in the UK is ‘Love your Lungs Week,’ I’ll be sharing some interesting facts about our lungs.
Thank you for all your interest and support.
8 thoughts on “My May News”
Hi Rachel. Glad to hear you passed your health checkup with flying colours. Thanks for linking to my post. Much appreciated. 💚😀
You’re welcome. I love your work. ❤
I’m glad the results had a positive output! You are doing a great job. It’s nice that people can have a free check up after 40, that’s a wonderful policy.
Thank you. It should happen everywhere.
Glad to hear everything is as it should be Rachel 💫👌✨
Congrats on passing with flying colours. I’m 43 and live in the UK – should I have had a health check at 40?!
Perhaps get in touch with your GP? Mine contacted me for my first one when I was 41.
Thank you. I suspect lockdown has a lot to answer for.