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Hello all,

The last two weeks have been interesting and presented some new challenges in terms of my own thyroid health journey. The GP I've seen for the last three and a half years has moved on and so I now face more struggles. More on that in my general update blog featured below.

I have been keeping up my exercise regime which has done a lot for my mood the past few weeks. I've been doing aerobic dance workouts twice a week at an hour a time and one salsa lesson a week at just under two hours. I was a bit frustrated this week when I could only manage the one hour of salsa and not the full lesson, but then I took a step back and realised how much I am still able to do. I remember a time when I couldn't even climb the stairs in my house!

Some days we can do more or even less than on other days and that's totally fine. As someone with a chronic illness, it's important to not beat myself up about things like this and roll with it.

I have also been working outside more often, getting a little table and chairs for my garden. I love being outside soaking up the Vitamin D, fresh air and sounds of nature. As we approach the launch day for my next book You, Me and Hypothyroidism, my husband and I are working away on getting it ready for you. The End of Chronic Fatigue, another book I worked on, came out this week too. So if you're looking for some summer reading, I've got you covered!

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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