April 9th 2018 marked 10 years since I was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 14. When I think about it, it seems like yesterday and about 100 years ago at the same time! There are parts I’ve blocked out completely, parts that feel like a dream and some things which are still crystal … More What I’ve Learned in 10 Years | Health
Ahh, spring has sprung! It’s so wonderful being able to drive to work and return home while it’s still light – the days seem so much longer 🙂 Throughout March, I was officially moving into my flat and sorting out lots of life admin – bills, bills, bills – but I still found time to … More March Favourites | News
The snow is just about beginning to melt in Wales & if 4 days inside the house has taught me something, it’s that I really should keep up with writing a blog! It’s also taught me that eating my weight in chocolate digestives and justifying it with ‘it’s cold, I need more fat’ is not … More Happy Life & Health Things | News
Hello wonderful people! I haven’t checked in with you in a good few months &, as I’ve been keeping you updated on my heart troubles post chemo, I thought I’d let you know the latest 🙂
At 10pm on the 2nd July, we took to the streets to walk 10 miles for Tenovus Cancer Care’s Goodnight Walk!
Hey lovely people, I hope you’re all doing okay. This week, I’ve been reading a couple of articles about the language we use when we talk about cancer. It’s something I’ve been thinking about over the past few months, especially as I write for this blog.
I’ve just handed in the heart monitor that I had on for 24 hours and I am so thankful to be free of it! It was quite small – not as heavy as the one I had on a few years ago – but rather than clipping on to my waistband, it was in a … More 24 hour Heart Monitor & Side Effects of Chemo | Health & Fitness