Until a few years ago I considered myself a cat person, they were the only animal I had as a family pet. I knew I liked dogs and I was comfortable around them, but had never thought that I would ever have one as a pet/companion. That was until 3 years ago this October David and … Read more How A Dog Helped Complete Our Family
During my latest trip into the Glasgow with my mum, auntie and cousin we went to One Up on Royal Exchange Square for a bite to eat and some adult beverages. We enjoyed ourselves so much I decided to write about our experience. One Up is situated on the first floor, meaning it’s not accessibility … Read more One Up – Food & Drink Review
It sounds like the start of a joke but it’s not! I am said fat girl and yesterday I walked into a gym for the first time. (Technically the second but the last one doesn’t count as I didn’t use any of the equipment.) And it wasn’t as nearly as intimidating as I thought it … Read more Fat Girl Walks Into A Gym
“The cruelest symptoms of our illness, is disbelief by medical personnel”. This quote by Mary Carlson is a perfect explanation of my own feelings with my illness and doctors. Ever since I started developing symptoms of my chronic illness I’ve had the feeling that many doctors didn’t believe me, leaving me to feel that what … Read more My Chronic Illness And GPs
I want to start by saying that writing this has been the hardest post I’ve ever attempted. Not because I’m ashamed but because I’ve never admitted to myself about having anxiety before let alone spoken about it. Up until recently I preferred to think that the constant being on edge, fearing the worst and knots in … Read more Let’s Talk – Anxiety
(SPOILER ALERT!!) Finally after waiting months for the blu-ray release of Rogue One A Star Wars Story it was released on 10th April and arrived on my doorstep very promptly that day. I settled down with popcorn in hand to watch it for the first time last night. If you’ve seen A New Hope you’ll … Read more Rogue One – A Star Wars Story
If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them. Buildings burn, people die, but real love is forever.
For over 4 years I have been living with the confirmed diagnosis of Fibromyalgia, Hyper-mobility Syndrome, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. All of which are considered invisible illnesses. Due to the fact the the symptoms are not visible to others. Like many who live with invisible illness it took several years for doctors to listen to … Read more Invisible Illness – My Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Story