2019 the good, the bad & the ugly

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 hereĀ . 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

2nd dose of Mepolizumab in the bag

Thats the second dose of mepolizumab done and dusted. Now to wait till next month for my next injection next month. So many people have been asking me how I feel and if the new drug is helping or making a difference, or ask me when I will start noticing the benefits. Its really hard… Continue reading 2nd dose of Mepolizumab in the bag

Taking time helps to heal

The first week of annual leave I really felt a little bit of a mess and just didnt know what to do with myself and everything seemed really negative and falling apart around me, but a week in and half way through my annual leave I feel things are starting to get back together and… Continue reading Taking time helps to heal

Making tough choices

Since getting things back on track with work etc I have realised I need to make some tough choices and prioritise what I need to do versus what I want to do. In 2015 I had the best summer volunteering and recording statistics at the U19 World Lacrosse Championships. 2 weeks of full on lacrosse… Continue reading Making tough choices

2016 Round Up!

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!

Women in Sport Week

The week past was Women in Sport Week. It is a great week to really shout about all the great things that women in sport are doing- the likes of Jessica Ennis Hill who has now announced her retirement from sport. You have Nicola Adams and her success at the Olympics. Women in Sport have… Continue reading Women in Sport Week

Whats your reality??

The other day I picked up my medication from the pharmacy and laughed when the handed me over a shopping back but then went back for another one!!! I know all the people in my pharmacy well and will always have a chat with them but I have never really told them whats wrong with… Continue reading Whats your reality??

How do you get used to to living in a state of instability?

You don't.... I like my life to be quite ordered. I like to know what I'm doing day to day, week to week. Many think I am stuck in my ways but I like routine. Routine gets me through, it means I know where I am. Recently I have found my asthma has been not… Continue reading How do you get used to to living in a state of instability?

Achieving Dreams!

Back when I was at school all I wanted to do was play sport. I lived and breathed sport. I really couldn't see myself doing anything else. I look back at the start of my blog way back when it was in its infancy in 2008. I was in distress at the though of having… Continue reading Achieving Dreams!

No matter how much preparation asthma can still bite!!!

This weekend was a fantastic weekend. It was the MacRobert Tournament which this year was the biggest in the tournaments history with teams coming up from Leeds, Manchester and across from Norway. It was fantastic playing just women's lacrosse as well as mixed lacrosse. Women lacrosse is no different in its rules but you do… Continue reading No matter how much preparation asthma can still bite!!!