I have had a Key Information Summary (KIS) on my notes for a number of years and until today I have always taken it for granted. For me it is something that has always been and I just assumed that it was something that everyone with a chronic health condition had. Today at an Asthma… Continue reading Key Information Summary for those chronic health
"Disabled looks like me" campaign with Leonard Cheshire and Mimi Butlin is very close to my heart for a number of reasons. The first one is that the aim of the campaign is to breakdown disability stereotypes. One thing I used to get really upset and angry about is being judged because I didn't look how… Continue reading Disabled looks like me Campaign
A phone call with author of Stumbling in Flats turned from working with pharma to writing in blog posts. A blogger for 13/14 years I have never thought about my blog posts and I have made it known that I just let my fingers do the work letting the words flow from brain to the page.… Continue reading How do you write a blog post?
Last night I had a totally new experience. I was a guest on a radio show. I have done radio interviews before but they have never been in a radio studio with the headphones etc on so this was all a bit new and exciting! To listen to the show follow this link SoulKraft Wellbeing… Continue reading SoulKraft Wellbeing Radio Show 10.07.19
I am really excited to share with everyone my new logo and branding. I have never thought about branding myself for my involvement and advocacy work but while at HealtheVoices19 it became very clear that this was something I needed to do to become as effective as I could be. It was my chance that… Continue reading Branding!!!!
The past few weeks have been really tough, Im not going to lie but there have been some very dark times and hard times. Although my lungs and breathing have been manageable it has been bad enough to limit what I am doing and I have had to increase my steroids again to get me… Continue reading Looking back at #HealtheVoices19
In my first post for #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek2019 I looked at dealing with being in denial. Wether that denial be of your physical health or your mental health, I am sure it is something we have all done. Tried to brush things off and say I'm fine. But what does saying fine really mean. To me now… Continue reading #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek2019 Acceptance
Last night I was catching up on reading some blogs and came across one that was written by one of the other people who attended HealtheVoices (HeV) who opened her blog post with my exact thoughts. She had been drafting and redrafting posts about her experiences of HealtheVoices and not knowing quite how to write… Continue reading My HealtheVoices19 experience!
I read an article recently which challenged my thoughts on modern medicine and how I have become totally reliant on pharmaceutical products. I am so thankful for all the developments in medicine and where medication is now. Everyday I take a concoction of medication and far too many for someone in their late twenties almost… Continue reading Pharmaceutically Enhanced!