About

Hi everyone! I’m Lucy but on here I like to go by Elsie LMC! I’m 18 and I live in the Irish countryside although I’m originally from London.

I started this blog back in December 2016 and have not looked back since (if only to remind myself why! ๐Ÿ˜‚).

A few facts about me:

  • I have been living with an Undiagnosed Chronic Illness (amongst other Illness’s) for as long as I can remember. I hope to spread awareness and help anyone in similar situations because no one should have to live their life in pain not knowing what is wrong. So far I have spoken to many people who suffer from Undiagnosed Illness’sโ€‹ and I believe this is only the beginning. We will be heard and until our diagnosis’ are found we will stand strong together not once backing down, not even in times of weakness.
  • I don’t wear make-up however I enjoy reading product reviews!
  • I have overcome the worst part of my social anxiety which was no easy feat but it stood no chance!
  • I have always loved to read and write and it is my dream to one day take away the “aspiring” from before author!
  • I am a shy person yet through this blog I am me and I love how many people from different walks of life I have built friendships with on this amazing venture! I hope you will be one of them too!

Follow me for randomness, poetry, hauls, stories, reviews and positivity! I hope I can make you smile through my writing and that this can be a place for you to escape into! Be sure to subscribe and come say hi! I would love to hear from you ๐Ÿ˜‰

New posts every second day! 

Copyright ยฉ 2017 by Elsie LMC.  All rights reserved. 

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30 Comments

    1. Hi nice to meet you! ๐Ÿ˜„ I’m sorry to hear that you have a chronic illness(s) too and I hope that blogging will help in some way like I find it does for me! Best of luck on your blogging journey! ๐Ÿ’—xx

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  1. So happy I found your blog! Chronic illnesses are hard, especially undiagnosed. I spent 6 years before I got a diagnosis of PCOS and was able to understand what was going on with my hormones. I am glad you are raising awareness! I hope they find your diagnosis soon and you are able to understand what is going on.

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