Hello all,

I write this issue after getting back from Bruges, Brussels last night. I'm not feeling too tired which is great and I'm cracking on with work again now! You may have followed my health experiences whilst on holiday in Bruges over on my Instagram, but if you missed them, you can find them here. I am also updating my popular 'Travelling Tips With Hypothyroidism' blog post too, as we roll in to the warmer months.

I had lots of delicious and satisfying gluten-free foods in Bruges and you can find my blog on how I managed my health whilst there, here. (I even climbed a very steep, 400 step tower and did OK!)

I'll be on a live stream interview on YouTube via That Crohn's Chick's channel as she explores Thyroid Disease for Thyroid Awareness Week and World Thyroid Day next week.

If you haven't yet, don't forget to give my Chronically Healing podcast feature a listen, which was a lot of fun to record and another great FREE thyroid resource. Talking about Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism, as well as working with thyroid symptoms, it will hopefully reassure a fair few of you.

Last week also saw Mental Health Awareness Week, where I wrote a blog about the link between thyroid health, mental health and body image issues.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism