It has been a busy few weeks with a number of trips down to London. Last year when I had a few trips to London there was a clear deterioration in my asthma when I was there. My peak flow dropped substantially and I was constantly feeling tight, wheezy and just couldn't get my breath… Continue reading Getting over the stigma of wearing a mask in public!
For the past 5/6 years I have been given some fantastic opportunities and invited to be part of a number of very special events and a few events which are still to come. Yesterday was one of those events. Rewind 6 years and I would never even have thought I would be at ease public… Continue reading Patient Centricity
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
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!
I hummed and hawed about this post and how to write it and what to write. I don't think I have ever started and restarted a blog post so many times trying to find the right was to express my thoughts. "Asthma charity may quit Scotland in London office switch". That was the heading of… Continue reading “Asthma charity may quit Scotland in London office switch”