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  1. Stacey
    @ 9:33 am

    Wow sweets, you have ALOT on your plate and have been doing SO WELL considering all of this.

    Am SO SO SO glad to hear you are putting yourself first, can totally relate to the whole work at home juggle {sending you a little pressie, check your inbox!}

    Take care of YOU and look forward to reading about the journey and return of your mojo 🙂

    Stace x

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  2. Kerrie Candrick
    @ 10:31 am

    Good to have you back!

    I totally understand not getting those blog posts up !!!

    Kerrie

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  3. Sarah
    @ 11:05 am

    Oh hon, that’s alot to deal with. Hugs and love. I think you’ve been amazing to cope so well. xxx

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  4. Ms Styling You
    @ 11:25 am

    Hi Kellie, thanks so much for the call-out. And as you know, I know it’s a long process. I made some radical changes to my life in January this year (yes, even gave up the coffee). I live this way most of the time now and can tell when I’m having a thyroidy day and need to batten down the hatches. I’ve been on medication for it for 12 years and am now resistant to thyroxine (there’s a blood test for this, ask your GP to look it up!), so take tetroxine as well. Sarah’s posts and me visiting my own natural therapies practitioners has helped immensely. A long way to go but at least I think I’m getting somewhere. I do FEEL BETTER most days and that’s a huge bonus. This time last year I was getting sick every 3 weeks from hard core personal training, which I now know was just overloading my adrenals beyond capacity. Walking, yoga and a weights program is now best for me.
    Good luck and thanks for sharing on your blog. Consider your mojo returned!

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  5. Rosa Piciocco
    @ 11:06 pm

    Mwah…..Wish I could give you a big hug but for now here is a big squeezy one ( )! Wonderful to post about this as I am sure you are not alone and awareness will help others feeling the same way. You are amazing to do what you do and have so much on your plate. Being a MUM is a precious job with lots of rewards and also lots of responsibility and worries.

    I lost my Mum to Cancer and I know what you are going through and I pray that your mother’s suffering is not too great. It’s a HORRIBLE disease!

    As I can’t have wheat I am on a gluten free diet so if you run out of foods/treats to eat – give me a hoy! x

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  6. jo
    @ 1:57 am

    u know i love you kell 🙂 🙂

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