My blog has always been an open and honest safe space, where mental illness can be discussed without judgment. Something I haven't discussed on here before is my medication. I have been taking medication for generalised anxiety disorder with depressive and obsessive episodes for around 5 years. In that time I have switched medication a … Continue reading Mental Health: Switching Meds – My Experience
Self-confidence is something that I have struggled with all my life, or more accurately, something that has been missing. From when I worked as a model as a money making side hustle back in university... All the way to my chronically ill current self - a scarred and broken 30 years old. Self-deprecation and negative … Continue reading Chronic Illness and Self Confidence
The last 2 and half weeks have been a little crazy. Follow me on Instagram <- clicky. Photo 1: Ah - these. Yeah. This is the paper pants they make you wear during surgery. I had surgery on my jaw... so I have no idea why I required paper underwear. 🤔 Photo 2: A very tired, … Continue reading My (2.5) Week on Instagram
This is the mantra that every person with a chronic illness of any kind - physical or mental - will have heard many, many times. It makes sense to take each month, week, day, hour as it comes and to celebrate the little things. Does anyone else find this difficult? Let me explain. Taking each … Continue reading Baby Steps…
I Don't Call, I Don't Write... An apology from Mieliboo.
The first blog post on Mieliboo.com - About me, why I started the blog and who I am.