I'm 2 months into my lockdown journey, with at least 1 more to go, and it certainly has been challenging. Not only has the physical asp...
For many of us, our routines have completely been turned upside down. You would think that this wouldn't impact the chronic illness wor...
When I first became unwell with ME at the age of 14, I never thought I would be able to manage any type of job. For years, my focus was sim...
I'm a huge campaigner for making the arts accessible, particularly the dance industry. Being a disabled dancer, teacher and choreograph...
The world is going through a rather  scary and uncertain time right now. I haven't felt like blogging because I have been rather overwh...
I've had the pleasure of getting to know some fantastic brands over the past year through networking at events like  Naidex ,  Kidztoad...
There is no doubt that social media has a huge influence on modern day life. From keeping in touch with friends to strategic marketing,...
Tyneside Cinema In December last year, I held one of my first 'proper' events which was a chronic illness Christmas party at th...
Picture by George at Asda for #WeAreMakingMoves  2019 was an incredible year for me. For someone who has so many limitations from th...
It’s #timetotalk about how the mental health system is failing those with chronic conditions and the impact it’s having on the person ...
This has definitely been a well requested  blog. I was lucky enough to get to try the only  pair of Loopwheel Urban's in the world at t...
January has been a difficult month for me, personally. As someone who already suffers with Seasonal Affective Disorder, adding leaving your...
I have been ill for over a decade now and can't remember a single day where I haven't been in pain. Pain is a huge part of my life ...