Let’s Be Real About Fatigue Slumps

January 30, 2020 2 Comments

Our house has been plagued by persistent illnesses of late.  A sickness bug and semi-flu like colds that we keep passing back and forth: unable to shift. Add in teething, some sleepless nights and seizures (me, not Dylan) and I’m absolutely knackered.  Today, actually, it’s fair to say I’m properly fatigued. It’s hard to explain what fatigue feels like. Its muggy and heavy…

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