With the new year fast approaching I like to reflect back on how the year has been and what I have achieved. Last years post can be found here . My thought for 2019 was: 2019 is going to be a great year, a year to focus on achieving the best health I can and enjoy… Continue reading 2019 the good, the bad & the ugly
My social media platforms have been filled over the last few days with posts about HealtheVoices. The application deadline has been and gone. Yesterday people received their emails saying that they were accepted to HeV20 or were waitlisted or did not get in at all. It fills me with joy and sadness. Sadness because I… Continue reading Friendships from HealtheVoices
How did I end up with 6 other conditions plus just from one medication I take for severe asthma. The scary thing is I am not alone. This word cloud represents all the conditions a small selection of people have as a result of severe asthma. I asked a support group on social media as… Continue reading Did you know severe asthma is way more than only severe asthma??
I was so happy and excited when my Mum said we were going to be going skiing in January. (I have not skied in over 6 years now. Once my life, I ski raced, I did race training and was on the slopes whenever I could. I moved to Canada to pursue my dream career).… Continue reading Making tough decisions
If you asked me 4 months ago if I would be under neurology I would have laughed. Through my illness and all my sports I have never needed any neurology input or intensive physio input like I am getting just now. This physio is so tough and really hard work. Physio previously has been hard… Continue reading Neurophysiotherapy
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I hate crying. In fact Im not sure anyone would say they like to cry. It is an emotion relating to sadness and distress so one we never want to experience if possible (There is the odd occasion that laughter renders us crying in which case it's not so bad). I am not much of… Continue reading Its ok to cry