My future with a catheter: One year later

On 20th June 2018 I was fitted with a suprapubic catheter and began my future with a catheter. One year on, it continues to be a life-changing tool which has given me a new lease of life and indepence. Of course, it hasn’t been all plain sailing and has had it’s fair share of minor… Continue reading My future with a catheter: One year later

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5 reasons to become a volunteer

This week organisations and charities have been celebrating Volunteers Week. This occasion recognises and thanks volunteers for all their amazing hard work and giving up their time for others. It is said that in 2017/18, 20.1 million (38%) people in the UK volunteered formally at least once a year and 11.8 million (22%) of people did so… Continue reading 5 reasons to become a volunteer

My summary of May 2019

May has been a less hectic month for me. Still plodding along on numerous tasks and just building up excitement for my upcoming events this summer: Disability Horizons projects I have continued writing up and chasing up my celebrity interviews. My interview with Holby City star Jules Robertson was published this week. I’ve also secured… Continue reading My summary of May 2019