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Gift guide: what to buy for your chronically ill friends, part 3

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This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Gift Guides

I'm so excited to share this third part of my spoonie gift guide, I hope you are enjoying this series as much as I am! I know it's Christmas season now at the time of writing this, but these gifts would be great for birthday presents or a house warming gift too. This series will continue to grow as I think of other cool gift ideas, watch this space! 

If you've missed any of my other gift guides, you can find them all here. Happy browsing!

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Gift guide: what to buy for your chronically ill friends, part 2

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This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Gift Guides

I know many people find such joy in shopping for gifts. They start shopping months in advance and they buy the most thoughtful, personalised gifts anybody would love, that's not me. I'm so unorganised! 

If you're anything like me, you've waited till the last minute to do your gift shopping. Whether it's for a birthday, Christmas or a house warming gift, I just cannot get it done unless it's right around the corner and then I might just give up altogether because I'm useless at choosing gifts, it actually stresses me out.

I hope that this series will help any other hopeless gifters out there, I know these are things that I could use and would love to receive, and I know that other chronically ill people will love them too. Happy shopping!

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Gift Guide: What To Buy For Your Chronically Ill Friends, Part 1

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This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Gift Guides

It can be quite tricky deciding what to buy your friends with chronic illness because of all the limitations and intolerances we often have. What would be useful and not harmful in their condition?

There are many lists out there, and they're all slightly different depending on the condition they're tailored for, so I'm making a list of the things I would have loved to receive over the years of being housebound.

I have chronic fatigue and chronic pain as my main symptoms and I struggle with sensory over-stimulation and occasionally anxiety, so anybody with ME/CFS or Fibromyalgia and even those with Migraines and Arthritis might appreciate these items. 

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