Blue Badges and Invisible Illness – My Experiences

This piece was previously commissioned by UNITE Magazine (April 2019). Society knows that people with invisible illnesses exist, but how much do they know about people’s experiences? If others can’t see people’s symptoms with their own eyes, how do they know that they’re there? Taking our word…

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Standing At The Sky’s Edge (Dementia Friendly) – Sheffield Theatres

[Press tickets kindly #gifted in exchange for this review!] Expectations: 4.5/5 Reality: 4/5 Chronic illness-friendly: 4/5 (Dementia Friendly Performance: keep scrolling for more info!) When my mum found out I would be seeing Sheffield Theatres’ Standing At The Sky’s Edge, she got me in the car and…

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Books You Need In Your Life, January- March 2019

I usually kick off these posts with a passing comment about how time flies but my goodness, it’s been a long three months hasn’t it? Quite frankly, I’m glad to see the back of them. Thankfully I had some cracking reads to get me through it, and…

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Dairy And Nut Free Chocolates for Easter

So here’s the thing. If we’re pals on Instagram, you’re probably already familiar with me banging on about multiple allergies, but hear me out. Whilst there’s no denying that there’s been a huuuuge increase in free from food and brands here in the UK, and it’s been…

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