Having a form of Muscular Dystrophy a muscle wasting disorder your always on the look out for new things that will help the many different issues you face day-to-day like sleeping, breathing, relaxing. and as my friend Carrie only said to me this week 'we need all the help we can get!'. I'll admit, I'd … Continue reading Benefits of Himalayan Salt Lamp
Well can you believe we are just about to wave goodbye to 2018 going into 2019 or maybe some people are sticking their fingers up to it!. it doesn't feel real anyone else feel that way? where did this year go!? My 2018 break down 2018 started with a beautiful family wedding, but unfortunately it … Continue reading Reflection on 2018
Rejections; an emotion that's never top of our list to feel. You have all kinds of rejections from a job you wanted but didn't get to a partner or friend, then the rejection I'm feeling from a parent. No matter what type of rejection it is it's never easy. I don't know if it's just … Continue reading The feeling of rejection!
Did you know that An estimated 1 in 4 people in the UK alone experience a mental health problem each year, the most common of which are forms of depression, stress, and anxiety. This time of year can be festive and cheery for some people but for others it can trigger unwanted and misunderstood feeling … Continue reading Tips for Christmas & your mental health.
What is World Toilet Day? World Toilet Day, celebrated on 19th November, is about taking action to ensure that everyone has a safe toilet by 2030. I seem to talk toilets ALL; well so my hubby tells me!! So here's me talking about toilets once again but surely it's acceptable as today is world toilet … Continue reading Nature is calling | World Toilet Day
Have you ever thought what the word Independence means to you!? · Freedom · Choice Or something completely different!? For me the word Independence is just a word, a word I feel I'm constantly chasing and battling with, It's a word that in some ways doesn't apply to me all the time. As … Continue reading A quest for more independence!
Traveling as a wheelchair user comes with its many obstacles, we have to be somewhat cautious with our wheelchairs as theses are essentially our legs, this doesn’t mean that we can’t have fun and immerse ourselves in different cultures; we just have to get a bit creative with how we do things at times. As … Continue reading My travel Tips as a wheelchair users for going abroad.
If you didn't already know mental health awareness week is coming up 14th-20th May (in the uk) I sometimes wonder if me sharing my world is a good idea!? Does anyone really want to know the ins and outs of my life no matter how good or bad, but then do I sit in silent!? … Continue reading Should I share!?
Let's face it not many people love being in hospital at the best of times it's not the most dignifying or pleasant experience sometimes, but being in hospital isn't easy when you have Muscular Dystrophy or any other disability for that matter the whole experience from start to finish can bring a whole host of … Continue reading Accessibility issues within NHS hospital’s for Disabled patience
It's now been over a month since I came out of Milton Keynes university hospital after spending 3 weeks In their care, it's been a struggle adapting back into home life, finding the energy to be stood up and being put into my chair has been hard work let alone getting washed and dressed I … Continue reading I’ve never been this ill before even with having Muscular Dystrophy