I love her so but my goodness I feel like she sprung a permanent gas leak tonight 🀒🀒🀒 https://t.co/wmOoSMQQn5 KConlinetherapy photo

🌟🌟Keep up with those fluids all!🌟🌟

Some top tips on dealing with a heatwave can be found in the NHS website πŸ’œ πŸ’§

Linky link πŸ”— here
https://t.co/nyrvvaDo55 https://t.co/b8kPbMQFzL
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Lilly keeps being given gifts from the girls that live at the boatyard we are currently staying πŸ₯°

All in the form of dandelions 😍

Lilly is mostly sunbathing on the back of the #narrowboat today, whilst we take the day off to enjoy the sunshine πŸ”†

She is recovering really well, just one stitch left which will be removed Wednesday.

I'm #crocheting the day away for the lovely @hookclick peoples πŸ’œ

I had my second #COVID vaccine today, so taking it very gently.

What're your plans for today?

- Kim Clayden - βš“
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This was today's breaks in between working with client's πŸ₯°

A good mixture of tasty nutrition with my chocolate @huel, some crochet for @hookclick, some #Witcher3 on the #switch & gentle stretching and small walks.

I practice what I preach.

Pacing, pacing, pacing!

It is @jboccytherapy 's voice that tells me to remember to pace well πŸ’œ

If I don't?

I crash... HARD.

Living with #hEDS & #PoTs is a constant self management process.

Through my training with CPHT, what I've learnt through @hmsacharity & the sessions with Jo Southall, the lovely occupational therapist, it's this knowledge that still enables me today! 😍

It's a full-time job managing symptoms and I still run my practice helping others with their journey with complex health conditions and their mental health too!

Do you pace yourself successfully?

Do you think about how you can and what type of break to take?

Don't get me wrong, I still get it wrong sometimes, no one is perfect πŸ’œ

Be interesting to hear your thoughts on how you manage in the comments below πŸ‘‡
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Researchers Fay Harrison and Doctor Paul Lattimore over at the Liverpool John Moore University seek people with a diagnosis of EDS, HSD or JHS to take part in a study looking at the effects and feasibility of mindfulness on the pain experience of the patient group. More at: https://buff.ly/3nx9JOI