Q&A with myself, 5/01/2018
awareness / birth trauma / Bravery / Chronic Illness / Chronic Pain / Confidence / Courage / Doctors / Ehlers Danlos Syndrome / Grief / Hospital visits / Instagram / Invisible illness / Motherhood / Mum Life / Mums In Pain / NHS / Pelvic Pain / PTSD / Self esteem / Spoonie Life / Support

Q&A with myself, 5/01/2018

I am trying to raise awareness for Mums in Pain and have been honoured to take part in some wonderfully inspiring Q&A sessions with some of the amazing Mums that are now a part of my journey and life. I thought it was only fair that I answer the same questions that I’ve been asking … Continue reading

Q&A time 4/01/18
awareness / birth trauma / Chronic Illness / Chronic Pain / Confidence / Courage / Doctors / Hospital Glam / Hospital visits / Invisible illness / Medical / Motherhood / Mum Life / Mums In Pain / NHS / Self esteem / Spoonie Life / Support

Q&A time 4/01/18

I am honoured to share another Q&A time spent with a really special Mum! This is another story to celebrate the strength and raise awareness for Mums in pain and Invisible Illness. This amazing lady has asked to remain anonymous so I’d just like to say, she is one of the loveliest people I’ve come … Continue reading

Q&A time 20/12/2017
Anger / anxiety / awareness / Bravery / Chronic Illness / Chronic Pain / Confidence / Courage / depression / fear / Grief / Hospital visits / Invisible illness / Motherhood / Pelvic Pain / PND / PTSD / Self esteem / Spoonie Life / Support / Time Out

Q&A time 20/12/2017

I’ve had another brave Mum step forward and share her story with me. Another truly inspirational lady who has suffered so much and yet still been able to stay strong and keep going for those around her. This amazing Mum has asked to remain anonymous because she finds it very hard to reach out to … Continue reading

Q&A Time 15/12/2017
Anger / awareness / Bravery / Chronic Illness / Chronic Pain / Courage / fear / Grief / Hospital visits / Invisible illness / Motherhood / Pelvic Pain / Self esteem / Support

Q&A Time 15/12/2017

I have connected with so many amazing Mums over the last few years. We’ve all had one thing in common, pain! I started an online friendship/support group, via my awareness page   for any Mums suffering from pain, grief and trauma and one by one, the group has grown. We support each other in times … Continue reading

I am in charge body snatcher!….
awareness / Body Snatchers / careers / Chronic Illness / Chronic Pain / Confidence / Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome / Hospital Glam / Hospital visits / Invisible illness / Pelvic Pain / Self esteem / Spoonie Life / Support / Time Out

I am in charge body snatcher!….

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while, I have had an EXTREMELY busy Summer with the kids and then the return to school. We had fun and I absolutely loved having that time together but boy did it feel like a marathon towards the last two weeks! It was and is hard work and I have … Continue reading

Garnier Moisture Bomb Super Recharging Gel-Cream….
Beauty / Beauty Blogger / Chronic Illness / Chronic Pain / Confidence / Hospital Glam / Hospital visits / Instagram / Invisible illness / Natural beauty / Online shopping / Product review / Self esteem / Skin care / Spoonie Life

Garnier Moisture Bomb Super Recharging Gel-Cream….

GARNIER Moisture Bomb Super Recharging Gel-Cream – £5.29 from Superdrug! My skin has felt so thirsty lately. It’s not really recovered from my most recent hospital stay. The air in hospitals really dries out my skin, combined with medications and not being able to do your skincare routine properly (mainly due to being half cut on … Continue reading

Dumb Blonde….
Beauty / Beauty Blogger / Confidence / Haircare / Hospital Glam / Instagram / Product review / Self esteem / Spoonie Life

Dumb Blonde….

    Dumb Blonde Smoothing Stuff – £7.20 in sale from Feel Unique This little pink round pot of wonder is my hairs saving grace!!💗💗💗 My hair is the type of hair that puffs up as the day goes along. I wish it would swish side to side in glossy gloriousness but it just kind … Continue reading