In February I changed things up on my Instagram and created what I call a rainbow of positivity. My Bible verses and quotes now have plain backgrounds and span a lovely range of colours. I love how bright and cheerful they look and the encouraging messages they carry.
Here are all the Quotes and Bible Verse graphics I made and shared on social media in February. You are welcome to download any of these images.
Every Wednesday the ME community comes together on Twitter to raise awareness of this debilitating chronic illness. We share recent media coverage, research news, our personal experiences and more. Making new connections and supporting each other.
I will post the graphics I shared during the last ME Awareness Hour below. I hope this will help you understand what life is like with ME/CFS. If you have learned something new or find this post might be helpful in any way, please share it or download the images to share on social media and help raise awareness.
Welcome to my first freebies page! I make a lot of images for my social media profiles and have decided to share them with my readers. This post has my latest pictures with encouraging quotes.
You are welcome to download and share any of these images on social media or send them to friends who might need some love and uplifting.
Sandwiched between 2 hot water bottles, under layers of clothes and blankets, medicated - multiple times, in the dark with sunglasses on, my phone's screen dimmed and the blue light filter on so that I can bear looking at it for a few minutes at a time.
This was me yesterday after I had a nap on the sofa where I toppled over after lunch, in a bundle of pain and tears as the previous night's insomnia caught up with me and my body was flooded with pain in every muscle and every bone.
As you might know by now, I spend every Wednesday evening on Twitter, along with many other ME/CFS warriors, taking part in ME Awareness Hour. It runs from 8-9pm (London time) every Wednesday evening.
We tweet about what life is like with this life draining illness. We tweet and retweet for an hour, hoping to to make our hashtags trend on the front page of Twitter so we can get the most attention possible. I hope you will join us, even if you only retweet other people’s tweets, every bit helps!