Me and My Disability: debunking three common myths about my cerebral palsy

Each diagnosis of cerebral palsy is different - we have varying levels of mobility and cognitive function.‘But you’re wheelchair bound…?’ Ugh bitch yes technically but I resent that term, if anything my wheelchair gives me more freedom. I don’t mind the term, it’s just when people think of me as trapped and helpless that I … Continue reading Me and My Disability: debunking three common myths about my cerebral palsy

Self Care Sunday: A list of self care ideas and journal prompts

Physical things you can do Wear makeup you wouldn’t normally wear.Go for a walkDo some yoga or meditation Have a dance partyHave a karaoke session Meal prep for the week aheadDo your skincare, have a bath, paint your nailsGet out your journal or diary and write down any appointments for the year ahead and plan … Continue reading Self Care Sunday: A list of self care ideas and journal prompts

The Foodie Corner: Fibre Berry and Brownie blast Sundae (With Dairy and chocolate alternatives.)

This is a quick and easy desert that I created after I moved out and started my weight loss journey. I could make this in my wheelchair myself with no assistance in five minutes. I would save this as my Friday treat. Ingredients : Two Asda Fibre Brownies (80g)10 largr Dairy Milk chocolate buttons (25g)Two … Continue reading The Foodie Corner: Fibre Berry and Brownie blast Sundae (With Dairy and chocolate alternatives.)

The Mental Health and Well-being Corner: Self Care Sunday

Hello lovelies and Happy Self Care Sunday! If you’re not used to taking time out and focusing on you then, you’re going to learn how to today! Firstly what does Self Care mean? Self-care all about taking care of your emotional, physical, psychological, and if you agree, to rejuvenate your spiritual beliefs. (Whatever they may … Continue reading The Mental Health and Well-being Corner: Self Care Sunday

Me and my Disability: Things I’ve learned since living independently for nearly two weeks

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