It can be easy sometimes to get caught up in the thoughts of what might-have-been, regrets, rehashing the past, wanting to claw back the days we look back on fondly, ruminate in anger of past hurts.…

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Today I’d like to share a guest post on just a couple of the rather negative and fear-inducing associations and ideas many can have when it comes to ‘senior’ living, and how they don’t necessarily…

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In the UK, the NHS gives yearly flu vaccinations to many individuals in the country who are deemed as being in an ‘at risk group’. For those who fall outside of those parameters, and indeed for…

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The fight may be invisible, but we are not. A person with an invisible illness is still a person. A friend, a child, a parent, a colleague, a lover. An invisible illness does not define…

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  This is going to be a delicate topic to cover. Of course, I don’t want to offend anyone but I don’t want to shy away from covering this either. I had two experiences recently…

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Today I wanted to share a guest post from the wonderful Amy Mia Goldsmith on 8 healthy habits every woman should embrace. Enjoy, and thank you Amy!  Millions of women live so hectic lives these…

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Saturday 7th October 2017 marks Colostomy Day and I wanted to do a little something for it. I’m glad I wrote most of this the other day but sadly I haven’t done the photos I…

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I returned safely to the freezing cold UK a couple of days ago and I’m already wondering how I’ll survive the winter! I know my health conditions affect my body temperature, but most people are…

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