Honouring My Biggest Commitment: Keeping Myself Well


Even though I limit myself there’s still a lot of competition for my time and never has it been as busy as it’s going to be this month. March will see trips to The Royal Hallamshire PVDU and an endoscopy, at my local hospital as well as diabetes outpatients and the usual routine appointments. Never have I felt less motivated to attend appointments or take long journeys, as in all honesty, I am tired. Not just physically but mentally too. 

I rouse myself from sleep with a bone deep fatigue that I cannot imagine ever being free from. I could happily sleep fourteen hours a day but don’t remember what it’s like to feel refreshed. I suppose I really do need these hospital appointments as clearly this isn’t me at my best and my ability to do the things I enjoy is severely restricted yet again. 

I make no apologies for prioritising my well-being and my outpatient appointments. Thankfully those with a modicum of understanding agree with my need to attend outpatients and are not demanding anything of me that would make matters worse. Those who aren’t so generous are not so deserving of my time. 

4 thoughts on “Honouring My Biggest Commitment: Keeping Myself Well

  1. Sometimes it’s not easy taking care of yourself when you’re too tired to do it. I’m new to the blog and didn’t realize you were going through so many health problems. And going to appointments multiple times a week doesn’t do much to lift your spirits either. Hugs to you!

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