November Link Up

Hello Everyone 😊

This is my second link up party which was created my the lovely Sheryl at I think this is such a wonderful idea for bloggers with chronic illnesses to get together and also she positive experiences.. it definitely makes me feel better and more positive when I write about them.

So here are November’s prompts! I hope you all enjoy the read and I challenge you to go ahead and join in, let me know once you’ve written yours and I’ll check it out 😊 also check out Sheryl’s blog (linked above) to find out the rules for this. 

Okay so the prompts for this month are:-

β€’ Discovering

β€’ Rediscovering

β€’ Anticipating


β€’ Cherishing


So this is the first prompt and the main thing that I’ve discovered is a new book. It’s called “The Cosy Tea Shop in The Castle” written by Caroline Roberts. My sister gave this to me I’d say a couple of weeks ago and I’m thoroughly enjoying it! I read a chapter a day (so I don’t finish it too quickly lol) and I can happily say that it’s such a wonderful cheerful book and I know it will make you all smile 😊

So I really like this prompt because over the last week whilst I’m recovering from this relapse I’ve started going out for daily walks around a little block near my house. It’s a lovely little walk through a greenery area and at this time of year the leaves look so beautiful on the floor. 

This walk has three parts. The first is a short 2 minute walk, the second is about 5 minutes and the third is a little longer. I’m able to do the second walk and I know I’ll manage the longer one as soon as I’m stronger again ☺️


Now this one is a little harder to think of, however I feel the one thing that I am anticipating is seeing my Neurologist on Tuesday. Being able to discuss this relapse, the MS fatigue and the possible attempt to retry MS treatment again. 

Since this relapse (third this year) I’m definitely reconsidering my options, all for the better however. I am no longer letting MS affect my life the way it has, adapting to it is different and learning to help myself everyway I can is definitely a positive. I feel strongly that ignoring MS isn’t always the best way. 


This one made me smile a bit. Again I’d say since this relapse I’ve been very keen to keep my home neat and tidy (it’s always clean) and making sure there isn’t a lot of “stuff” just lying around. I do a little bit of house work everyday and that seems to keep everything in order. My main place that I like to be “clutter free” is my kitchen, it brings me calm and peace when I see a nice tidy kitchen 😊


I love this prompt too. I cherish every single moment that I’m breathing. I cherish all my loved ones who are ALWAYS there for me. I cherish my home and all the wonderful things in it. Basically everything! 

I think we all take things for granted in life. Instead being able to cherish things, yes even the little things allows us to remain positive and happy.. even if we are having a bad day! 

And these are my November Link Ups. I thoroughly enjoy writing them and I thank Sheryl from www.achronicvoice com for creating this. 

If anyone else reading this has written their November Link up, leave me a comment so I can read yours too 😊

I hope you’re all well (as well as can be). Sending you all lots of love

Hannah xx


9 thoughts on “November Link Up

  1. Sheryl Chan says:

    Hi Hannah,

    I absolutely enjoyed reading this, and loved the inclusion of pictures which makes it even more visual! I wish you well in your upcoming appontment and increment in walks and decluttering πŸ˜‰ Hope to see you in next month’s linkup too! ❀️

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  2. Emma (Not Just Tired) says:

    Aw what a lovely post 😊 Great responses and I love the pics. I totally agree that is so important to cherish the little things. That looks like a very pretty walk you do. I hope the appointment with the Neurologist went well for you. Oh and I may have to read that book! 😊xx

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    • hannahelizasite says:

      Aw Hey Emma 😊 thank you for your comment 😊 yes definitely cherishing the little things is so important to me too 😊 and the walk was lovely.. today I saw a little squirrel which made me smile 😊 how are you doing? Xxx

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  3. kkr0cks says:

    I’m envious of your neat kitchen. You’ll have to read my post to see my cluttered table. ): The book sounds lovely. I enjoy taking walks outside with my little dog.

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    • hannahelizasite says:

      Hey, thank you for your comment 😊 and elusive me my kitchen was never always that tidy πŸ˜‚ my partner and I decided to clean it one day to save stress lol.. and try to keep it clean is definitely challenging sometimes especially when fatigue sets in lol l.. yes I’ll definitely have a look at your post 😊 x


  4. Chiara says:

    Oh wow, I also get such a sense of calm when my kitchen is tidy. The rest of the house can be in disarray but if the kitchen is clean…life’s good 😊 I hope the new treatment works. I did the ignoring MS thing too when I was first diagnosed but have since realised that it’s best to be proactive when it comes to MS. Stay strong πŸ€—

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    • hannahelizasite says:

      Hey thank you for your comment 😊 yes I’m exactly the same, although I had my bathroom decorated at the weekend for me and now that’s so lovely social like to keep that nice and the bedroom too lol πŸ˜‚. Ah thank you, I’ve got a date to choose and discuss it in February next year so fingers crossed 😊 yes I know a few people who have ignored it and just tried to carry on as normal but it hasn’t worked.. I think accepting and some light adapting is the key πŸ˜ŠπŸ€— xx

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