Turning The Unwanted Into The Invaluable: Stoma Aid

Stoma Aid was developed as an initiative to help those in developing countries that don’t have access to, or can’t afford, stoma supplies. Learning more about what ostomates go through in other countries when they can’t access what they need is both shocking and harrowing, whilst making me incredibly grateful to be somewhere that caters…

Another A&E Break

Sorry I’ve not been around this past week for posts and emails. I’ve been in hospital after being admitted to A&E again… Fun times! On the plus side, I couldn’t get enough of this guy. Jasper is a support dog for his blind owner, who was in hospital each day to visit his wife. He’d brought…

Learning To Care A Little Less

There’s a delicate balance between caring too little and too much, and neither comes without its pitfalls. Caring too little can make you apathetic, unsympathetic, demotivated. Caring too much can make you exhausted, stressed out, resentful, disappointed, anxious. Most people I have met have been inclined towards one or the other end of the spectrum,…

[ Real Neat Blog Award ]

Thank you, Ella at Testarossa, for nominating me for the Real Neat Blog Award! I don’t always like ‘chain’ posts, but in the spirit of sharing and exploring new blogs I’ll give it a go… 1. If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be? Tricky one…! I…

Why A Small Pumpkin Can Be A Big Deal

This year I decided to indulge in the Halloween spirit and buy pumpkins. I’ve never actually carved a pumpkin before and felt like I was missing out; my bucket list of things I’ve not done is so long that ticking this one off seemed pretty doable. Given the hospital trip, pumpkin festivities were a little…

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