In this final newsletter before Christmas and New Year, may I take this opportunity to wish you a warm festive season, whether you celebrate Christmas or have your own way to celebrate and reflect on the end of the year.

I shared on Instagram that I was in bed for 6:30pm last Saturday night, feeling quite content in my PJ’s, reading a book and hot chocolate to hand. I loved hearing how many of you related to this as fellow thyroid warriors! Sometimes it's just what we need!

With the New Year encouraging many of us to reflect on what our goals are for next year, check out my 'New Year Resolutions for Thyroid Patients' here.

January is also Thyroid Awareness Month, so keep an eye out for my blog post on the 1st January to commemorate this.

We can all feel a bit overindulged come January and require some help getting back on track with eating healthily and moving more, so you may wish to save my post about getting back in to thyroid health routines for then.

I'll see you in 2020 - thank you for being with me in 2019 and helping to make it the best year for thyroid advocacy and awareness yet. Here's good wishes for all of us to have good health next year.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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