Well, we're in to 2020, so may I take a moment to wish you all good health and lots of happy memories made this year. Whether you're a New Year Resolution Maker or not, the start of a new year can be a good time to reflect on what we want to get out of the next 12 months - even when it comes to our health and wellbeing.

I definitely fell out of my routine over Christmas in a few ways, so I'm gradually getting back in to eating more healthily, sticking to a sleep routine and exercising more again, so as not to go backwards in my thyroid health. Read how I do this here. I am unfortunately bogged down with a cough and cold at the moment, which isn't the best way to start this year, but I'm focusing on looking after myself so hopefully I can shift it soon.

January is of course also Thyroid Awareness Month, so keep an eye out for lots of posts and awareness activities from all your favourite thyroid advocacies and charities. Read my article about it here, including some links to helpful materials and resources.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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