Well gang, it’s been a while, hasn’t it?
I’ve been meaning to write something up but I haven’t found five minutes to actually sit down and get a post together so apologies for neglecting you, ya lovely lot.
Anywho, I’m back with a post I’m sure you’ll appreciate – it’s my favourite things for autumn, which also happens to be my favourite season.
So snuggle up cosy, grab a cuppa & have a read. … More 5 Things I’m Loving This Autumn | Culture
My university tutor once told me: ‘The Ancient Greeks were doing something right when they made Apollo the god of poetry and medicine.’ I was talking to him about the therapeutic effects of writing – how getting all of your thoughts down on paper can make you feel so much better. Of course, as well … More 5 Ways Creativity Can Boost Your Wellbeing | Confidence
As I write this, we’re currently in our seventh week of lockdown and, as I’ve been on furlough ever since (and I’m a complete & utter introvert), that time seems to have absolutely flown by. While the UK has become a little quieter and our key workers continue doing an amazing job, the rest of … More What I’ve Learned From Walking Every Day | Fitness
Over the last few months, life has been pretty hectic & I’ve felt a tad overwhelmed with everything that’s been going on. The only way I can describe it is feeling as though every time I try to get my head above water, the tide seems to pull my feet from under me again and … More 5 Amazing Apps For Wellbeing | Health & Fitness
Since I moved into the flat, I’ve been trying to get my life a tad more organised and a lot more healthy. I’ve been meal prepping and everything – it’s like a whole new me 🙂
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
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