Life can sometimes get so busy we all forget to check in on ourselves. Leaving us feeling low, frustrated and tired￼. I'm just as guilty of doing this myself overloading myself thinking if I just keep busy I'll be ok! Self-Care isn't selfish ⭐️ Make a list￼ of things your grateful for or what makes … Continue reading Self-Care Tips
With the excitement of Christmas and New Year over January can hit you as a bit of a shock! Are you feeling the January blues?? low energy, low moods, sadness, lack of motivation, anxiety and the feeling of having nothing to look forward to. It doesn't help when your friends are constantly posting about being … Continue reading January Blues
Wow can you believe in 2 days time we're saying goodbye 2019! Where has this year gone!? But what a year full of memories it's been. So while we're all in that awkward Crimbo limbo ￼period of just after Christmas waiting for the New Year's Eve. Grab a cupper or a cheeky left over wine … Continue reading My 2019 summary
'Tis the season to be jolly￼. But what happens when it becomes to much to handle, your brain goes into overload making it harder to enjoy the festive season. There's an added pressure when your disabled as it's not as easy to just remove yourself ￼ ￼to take a break, gather your thoughts or just … Continue reading Tips to help reduce Christmas stress and anxiety
The tree is up, I'm mostly done with all my Christmas shopping! ￼Shopping￼; it's something of a must￼ at Christmas unless you're Scrooge, ￼ picking out the right present for a fussy family member or finding the ￼cheesiest￼ present you can for your best friend, It can also be one of the most stressful times … Continue reading Countdown to Christmas
Ho Ho Ho!! Well Christmas has arrived, trees are going up you know at least one person that's so organised they have all their Shopping done and wrapped under the tree! But It’s never too late to get those last minute gift’s, I have searched high and low online for a few gift ideas all … Continue reading My 2019 Christmas stocking fillers Guide under £10
Living with a disability can mean a whole mixture of things; but yes, you actually do have a disability or a list as long as your arm, you find ways of adapting your life and how you do things. One big down side of having a disability you also have to handle how others comment … Continue reading I’m not a wheelchair!
A lot of information that's put out into the world is about the stigma wheelchair users face. I myself have written the dramas of getting a new wheelchair or not being able to access the simplest ￼things like restaurant's, toilets or Cinemas. As much as it's true and very common theses days to read the … Continue reading Giving a positive message for new wheelchair users
Having a Disabilty I've found people are always have a natural Curiosity to how I do things, over the years of having a muscular dystrophy a Progressive condition I've adapted many times over the years how I do certain things! A while back my fab friend Fi from Life of an Ambitious Turtle wrote a great post … Continue reading 5 Things I Do Differently Living With Muscular Dystrophy
For a long time it's just been hubby and I plodding along together as a team, but having a Progressive muscle wasting disease called muscular dystrophy, my body changes year by year, it can sometimes be hard on a relationship/marriage with me constantly needing help with everyday tasks like dressing, washing even going to the … Continue reading When it all goes wrong with a personal care Assistant!