Part 1 – Why can’t we access a smear test?

Let’s talk…. This is a subject we need to talk more openly about, and that does mean ALL genders. it’s not a subject we should or can shy away from – yes it’s one of those taboo subjects that people in all walks of life struggle to talk about. The lack of access to smearContinue reading “Part 1 – Why can’t we access a smear test?”

Love island and why I’m glad I don’t have to date in the Modern society!

With a winter Love Island hours from taking over our lives; well mine at least I’m very much ‘Hooked’ I’m not ashamed to say it out loud I AM a total reality TV junkie; it’s not even a guilty pleasure I Ab-so-flipping-lutely love it!! Tell me it’s staged, scripted or not real I don’t care,Continue reading “Love island and why I’m glad I don’t have to date in the Modern society!”

MDUK President’s Award ~ Campaigner of the year 2019.

It’s been a few years since I went to a muscular Dystrophy uk conference but this one will always hold special place in my heart for many reasons. I totally feel like I’ve stolen somebody else’s life and someone’s going to pop up from behind the bushes saying I’d like my life back now please!Continue reading “MDUK President’s Award ~ Campaigner of the year 2019.”

How writing helps my mental health

When I started writing at a time in my life where I was struggling mentally, it became a way for me to express my feelings without the sense of worry of telling someone else about how I feel. I found comfort in writing my feelings down in black and white, I’ve come to realise it helpsContinue reading “How writing helps my mental health”

Is feeling like a second class citizen ok!?

For me being disabled means a lot of things. It means I am reliant on my powered wheelchair to act as my legs for the rest of my life. It means I can often attend several hospital and physio appointments just in the space of a week. It means I use medical equipment to keepContinue reading “Is feeling like a second class citizen ok!?”

Invisible disabilities.

  Some Disabilities are in plan site to the naked eye, like mine for instance when you see me the first thing you see isn’t my dazzling smile; it’s my wheelchair. Then you have those with health conditions that can’t be seen to the naked eye. Those disabilities are called invisible. You may not be ableContinue reading “Invisible disabilities.”