Thank You for 2018

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2018 has been amazing. I feel so grateful for things that have happened in both my personal life and thyroid advocacy work life. 

So as we approach the end of 2018, I thought it would be nice to reflect on them and let you know just how thankful I am for your support in making it happen.

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In my personal life, I feel very thankful for my husband, who I can finally now call just that, as we got married in May of 2018. My physical health has also come a long way since I started seeing a functional medicine practitioner and of course I am very happy for that. My mental health has improved hugely, with my ability to let go of my eating disorder and complete two nutrition qualifications so that I could inform myself on healthier eating as opposed to calorie counting, obsessive weighing and body image issues.

I’m quite a different person to the beginning of the year, in the sense of maturing and developing in to a more well-rounded adult.

In terms of my work, The Invisible Hypothyroidism has propelled this year.

I can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store for us all, but it will take a lot to beat 2018.

Here’s to good health and a great new year.

How has your 2018 been?

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Written by Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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