"the uniform I love is the uniform that saves me and is killing me" has been a statement I have written many times over the years. I posted on social media a few weeks ago now to say that I would not be coming back to my job as a community dialysis nurse. I would… Continue reading Another chapter ending in my life
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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?
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
Wow where do I start. It takes a lot for me to be left speechless but I am unable to put into words the emotion and feelings from this past weekend. It sounds a bit cringe to say but it has been truly life changing. I have made so many new friends who I know… Continue reading To my new family and my tribe #HealtheVoices19
Its the 14th of December. A day that seems to come round each year all too quickly. Now it is not only one person I lost on this day but 2. There are not many days that you will remember exactly where you were and what you were doing but for me the 14th December… Continue reading 20 years gone too soon.
2016 has been a pretty awful year. There have been highs but there has also been some mega low points so like much of the world I am looking forward to 2017 and to it being better than this year has been. January, I guess the start of the year set it off, after being… Continue reading 2016 Round Up!
Everything seems to be a bit negative just now and I really don't like it but I do find writing down things that bother me cathartic and really help get them out my head and mulling over them. It is often things I won't speak to anyone about as I think people would be bored… Continue reading Venting frustrations…..again
Today I met Ron and Linda MacDonald, the parents of Lydia MacDonald who tragically died from an asthma attack in June this year. I remember reading about this in the newspapers as Lydia's wee boy was left in her flat for a few days after she died. At the time of reading I thought 'not… Continue reading #aworldthatcanbreathe
One of the triggers for my asthma is stress. I often feel that I just jump from one stressful situation to the next no matter how hard I try to avoid it. I previously thought i was really weak because stress could have such an effect on my physical health. There are still so many… Continue reading Understanding how stress can really impact on you physically.