Working out your monthly expenses is a great way to save money by giving yourself a realistic budget.The loo roll doesn’t magically get replaced by the toilet fairyCheck everyday what needs to be eaten in your fridge, otherwise it will go off. Don’t think that because it’s Sunny you should sit on the deck... wind … Continue reading Me and my Disability: Things I’ve learned since living independently for nearly two weeks
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So earlier this week I had to do a profile of my two main characters in this weeks uni assignment which was to provide an in-depth character profile, script and the usual reflective commentary. Today I’ve actually done the second part of my assignment which meant I wrote the script! (and first I found it … Continue reading Writing: University achievement unlocked – I’ve written a script!
Hi guys, So as you know I’m struggling with this severe pain flare and today I updated my GP. I’ve told her how I am struggling to manage this pain despite my extensive everyday medications so, she’s prescribed me 10mg of diazepam x 3 a day for three days. She’s also contacted MCAS and is … Continue reading Me and My Disability: February’s pain flare – An update
Thank you so much for all the likes and comments on my blog! I usually average about 80 views a day and now I’m up to 224 views which means my average views are up by 700%!! This has made my day and I appreciate every reader I meet.It just goes to show rebranding works!! … Continue reading Chickonwheelz is booming!!
So guys, as you know I’ve been struggling with my latest flare up and that we are on day eight. This is unusual because my flareups only last 3 to 4 days. I’ve tried everything from diazepam to oramporph, hot water bottles and even physio and yet know relief. So I bit the bullet and … Continue reading Me and my disability: Pelvic flare up day eight
Genre: Teen/YA Rating: 5/5 Plot: Nothing ever happens on Kasia's street. And Kasia would know, because her illness makes her spend days stuck at home, watching the world from her bedroom window. So when she sees what looks like a kidnapping, she's not sure whether she can believe her own eyes . . . There … Continue reading Book Review: Girl in the Window by Penny Joelson
Genre: Teen/ Ya Rating: 5/5 Plot: For Maddy, life is all about routine. It has to be, to keep her autistic sister happy and healthy. With just Maddy and her mother as Bee's full-time carers, there's no time in Maddy's life for complications like friends, let alone a boyfriend. So when Maddy meets Albert, the … Continue reading Book Review: Differently Normal by Tammy Robinson
Emetophobia is a fear of vomiting or seeing others being sick. Those who experience emetophobia may also fear being out of control while they are being sick or fear being sick in public, which can trigger avoidance behaviours. It is a condition that is not widely diagnosed even though it is a fairly prevalent anxiety … Continue reading My Disability and Mental Health: What is Emetophobia/ why I have it/ My triggers
Hi gang, It’s been awhile since I’ve written a disability update as everything’s been calm.. up until last week. My back and pelvis flared up and not even diazepam or oramorph together was helping. Yesterday I spoke to the doctor and he’s upped my oramoph from 2.5ml to 5ml and put me back on MST … Continue reading Me and my disability: New med regime