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This Week’s M.E. News – Week 17, 2021

This week's ME News Headlines and Blog Updates from the community

It’s May, which means it’s M.E. Awareness Month, so to get things going, I’m sharing this week’s ME News Highlights and Blog updates from the ME Community. Although most of the news this week is focused on the awareness campaigns that will be running this month, there are some other interesting articles to read too.

Are you comfy? Got a drink or snack ready? I know how hard it can with brain fog to read or stay focused on long blocks of text, so I’ll do my best each week to summarise the latest ME News and Blog Posts into short, easy to read paragraphs for you.

Please let me know in the comments below if there is any way I can improve these posts to make them more accessible to you.

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Delicious Keto Granola Recipe, Perfect Low Carb Breakfast Or Snack

A close up of granola, title reads: Keto granola recipe, a low carb, sugar and grain free breakfast or snack

One of the hardest things to adjust to when switching to a keto diet is giving up all those carb-filled, crunchy breakfast foods and snacks. This keto-friendly granola is not only low carb, sugar free and grain free, it's also nutritious, delicious and crunchy! I eat it with CoYo for breakfast or as a dessert or snack and my Mum has been enjoying it too since being diagnosed Pre-Diabetic. 

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Tiny Task Tuesday – Creating Sanctuary At Home

A sofa with comfy cushions and a vase of dried flowers on a copper table. Title reads: Tiny task Tuesday, Creating sanctuary at home, one tiny task at a time

If you're anything like me, living with a chronic illness means that you're super low on energy on a daily basis and the chores at home just keep piling up. After months of looking at an untidy bedroom since moving the furniture around some time last year, I've decided it's time to tackle the clutter and turn my room, and house, into the sanctuary it should be: tidy, organised, functional and not to mention beautiful and easy to maintain. How could I possibly do that without depleting my very low energy supplies? By tackling just one tiny task at a time and resting well between them. Will you join me?

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