I don't talk about my schooling very much on here because it was a bit of a mixed bag. I had great experiences with schooling in an unconventional way. I had the most amazing tutor that came to my house and got me through my GCSEs and without her, I wouldn't have got what I … Continue reading To The Person Waiting For Exam Results
This is quite the different blog post for me as I am no expert on money, adulting or anything remotely like the title indicates. When you have a chronic illness your priorities do change and where you save money or you splurge reflects this. I want to share the areas in life I invest in, … Continue reading 8 Things To Invest In If You Have A Chronic Illness
Hello lovely people, I am still on holiday right now and I wasn't planning to post this week. I thought I would talk about something that happened to me and I just want to say it's a sad interaction for me. I find it hard to talk about but it is so important because it … Continue reading Young, Ill And In A Wheelchair
There is a cafe in the city close to where I live that has a split seating area. There is a platform to see the view across the city which is three steps further. It shockingly has a mini lift to make it accessible (Whoo!!) but it's one of those loud whine type (boo) ones … Continue reading Pushing The Envelope
Often I refer to having a hidden illness or an invisible one. To be fair, to some extent it is accurate, there aren't many signs of illness if you were to look at me. I have dark circles under my eyes and I am always pale, those are some of the more easily noticeable signs … Continue reading Is “Invisible” Illness Adding To The Issue?
I thought today I'd do a little life update. Baloo has now been living here for over three months which is crazy to think about. Last week the last of flat pack furniture was built for us - thank you all family who helped. We are trying to find our feet and some sort of … Continue reading Life Update – Love, IKEA, Wheelchairs and Me