Running a house is not easy by no means, Especially when you throw in a few chronic illnesses. Here’s a few tips on how to BOSS it!
As most of you may know, I’m from Manchester (If you didn’t know you can read about me here), Born and Bred in the city which grafts, quite literally actually. This year my hometown had a horrific terrorist attack, And as Mancunians we reacted in the only way we know how to; With love andRead more
My last blog post was published months ago now, and since then somethings almost been pushing me away from blogging. I’m not sure whether it’s my anxiety or confidence, or something else, But the truth is after publishing my last post about Flare Fear I received hundreds of messages, My views spiked to an allRead more
Something I have struggled with for so long was honesty, Especially during hospital and doctors appointments. They kind of just expect you to open up immediately and expose every single gruesome detail of your illnesses, When you barely know them, If you even know them at all. I’ve been looked at and spoken to appallinglyRead more
Now I’m not a huge believer in regrets, I move on. It’s always been something I’ve been good at. Old boyfriends, Bad friends and shitty choices, I quickly learnt to move on when I realise they don’t feel right. The tiny regrets I do think about are usually food or clothes related. Thinking back it’sRead more
Sometimes I’m awkward, sometimes I’m hard to be around, sometimes I’m hard to love, sometimes I’m stupidly horrible, sometimes I wallow, and sometimes I try to disappear. One of those times was this past week. I struggled, I mean I really struggled, I let my anxiety swallow my up and my depression crept in. I’mRead more
Let’s get started by saying my partner did not meet me whilst I was ill, he did not meet me while I was bedridden, he did not meet me whilst I cried in agony, he lived through all of this with me. Every little step of my journey he’s been there by my side,Read more