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Happy holidays!

Construction work is long overdue on this website – now I can’t avoid it any longer as my latest posts are not being displayed! it may look a little bit odd over the next few weeks but not to worry, it will be back soon.

Love Alisha x

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For Men Only – Relationship Talk

This is so funny! I had to share!

HarsH ReaLiTy

Men have you ever encountered one of those situations where it is always your fault? Like the time you dropped that cake on the way to the wedding reception that she had just spent all day laboring to bake. How were you to know that you would trip over the one blind talking rabbit on his way with his companions to a place called Narnia. Shit just happens. You didn’t mean to fail. You like to win.

I always think it is best in these situations to turn the argument back on the woman. It is of course a deflection tactic, but all is fair in the jungle. If she says “why didn’t you just crush that rabbit with your foot? Aren’t you a man?”

You of course say back “Baby… he was going to Narnia and had three companions that were Centaurs. What was I to do?”

-OM

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Ultimate Spoonie Giveaway

Get a chance to win copies of my books The Return of the Key and Living the Best Life with Fibromyalgia alongside amazing gift packages, by entering this amazing #ultimatespooniegiveaway that I’m hosting with other chronic pain bloggers on Counting My Spoons, February Stars, LiveKen, & Living Incurably! Read the link below from my blog for more details!

The Invisible F

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Christmas is coming on The Invisible F! We know how stressful it can be living with a chronic pain condition like fibromyalgia, so we want to spoil you rotten in time for the holidays.

I’m really excited to announce that together with my fellow bloggers from Counting My Spoons, February Stars, Fed Up With Fatigue, LiveKen, and Living Incurably, The Invisible F will be hosting an Ultimate Spoonie Giveaway, featuring super fantastically amazing prizes! I’m soo not exaggerating.

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3 anti-inflammatory foods that provide natural pain relief

Fresh turmeric

Fresh turmeric

Cinnamon, ginger and turmeric are anti-inflammatory foods that provide great natural pain relief for chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia.

I would definitely say they should be included in one’s diet if one battles a behemoth like fibromyalgia.

My family has long used these ingredients to treat a host of symptoms from colds, pain, internal cleanses, digestive problems and irritable bowel syndrome. For instance, my grandmum would always recommend boiling a generous amount of grated ginger root and bringing to boil for colds or pain filled days. I don’t subscribe to using pre-packaged teas for these purposes as I don’t believe they provide the full benefits of using the ingredients fresh. (more…)

Second edition and new novel

Hi everyone,

I hope you’re well:)

I wanted to share some news with you re my early teen novel The Return of the Key. Due to popular demand I will be publishing a second edition in the very near future. Don’t worry if you’ve already read it, the additional information will only support the core story. Whichever edition you have read, you will be set for the sequel when it’s out later this year. Yup! I said the s word. Sequel.

Also, stay tuned here for news on my upcoming contemporary fantasy novel, which shall remain nameless for the moment 🙂

Be blessed! love Alisha x

Winning the war against fibromyalgia

Living the Best Life with Fibromyalgia

Living the Best Life with Fibromyalgia

My handbook Living the Best Life with Fibromyalgia is now available in paperback & e book formats from Amazon, and other online retailers like Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and Kobo. It will soon be available on itunes.

When I was first diagnosed, I had no hope, and fibromyalgia was winning the war against me.

But through dietary and lifestyle changes I was able to take back my life. If I can do it then so can you.

For more information about fibromyalgia please see my blog The Invisible F.

Much love,

Alisha