The past two weeks have been a very busy one for me personally and with my work as well.
I spent a long weekend away in the countryside with good friends, good food and lots of walking, cycling and swimming. As I now sit at home, I'm reflecting on how quickly the trip went but also how grateful I am for the opportunity. Not all holidays have to be jam-packed and once my health took a nosedive with the development of a thyroid condition, I soon learnt this.
I have to manage my energy usage wisely in order to get the most out of myself when on a trip but also ensure I don't burn out. It comes with practise, that's for sure! See my tips for travelling with hypothyroidism here.
My husband and I have been working on my next book, You, Me and Hypothyroidism, a lot the past few weeks and have picked August 1st as our current launch date though hope to get it out to you before that.
Being a thyroid patient that advocates for their health isn’t always an easy life. I’ve had people around me doubt why I don’t eat gluten. Judge me for going on a Candida diet. Judge me for self-sourcing my own medication. But they don’t have to live in my shoes. It’s OK to live a life that others don’t get. It’s not for them - it’s for you! And I wanted to reiterate that in this newsletter too.
Thyroid love x
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That’s all for this issue but look out for the next one in two weeks’ time. If there’s anything you think I should specifically mention, please let me know.
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