25 memories in 25 years

On this day 25 years ago, a baby girl called Emma was born. For the past quarter of a s century, she has lived an extraordinary life. On here she is best known as the founder, creator and author of this blog… me! To honour my birthday, I want to share my 25 favourite memories… Continue reading 25 memories in 25 years

Catching up and counting down

As I write this sentence, I am sat in bed and it is 11:41pm on Thursday 25th October. So as you can gather this post is very Impromptu and not at all planned or scheduled – rookie blogger mistake! But to be fair I have spent most of this week researching more blogging strategies. So… Continue reading Catching up and counting down

5 factors that cause mental health problems in people with physical disabilities

Wednesday 10th October 2018 was World Mental Health Day. Currently 450 million people worldwide suffer with mental health problems and it has been known to effect famous people too including Gary Lightbody, Ant McPartlin, Robin Williams and Chester Bennington. To mark the occasion and raise awareness, I want to share factors that cause mental health… Continue reading 5 factors that cause mental health problems in people with physical disabilities

Is a masters degree worth pursuing?

I can’t believe it has been 8 years since I received my GCSE results, 5 years since I received my A-Level results and 2 years since I graduated from university with a BA in Journalism. But after all that hard work of revision, coursework deadlines and research assignments, I’m still unemployed. Why? I don’t know!… Continue reading Is a masters degree worth pursuing?