Hello team! Just a quick disclaimer: Please remember that in this post, I talk about my experiences and mine alone. I understand that not everyone will have the same experience as me. Some people may experience more pain and discomfort than me. Some people may not feel any at all. Some people (probably) enjoy it. … Continue reading

Way, way back around this time last year, Clark and I travelled to Edinburgh to spend his 25th birthday there. It’s his favourite city and somewhere that I was definitely eager to go back to.* Because it was (a tiny amount) cheaper, we decided to get the train instead of flying. This turned out to … Continue reading

  Part One Over Here! Soon after getting home, we discovered that my parents weren’t best pleased when that surprise turned out to be a puppy. “What the bloody hell have you got a dog for?!” Said my dad “What are you going to do with him while you’re at work?” Said my mum Both … Continue reading

 “I’d like to get a therapy dog,” I said, “I miss dogs. I don’t feel right without them.” I’d gone from being surrounded by dogs on all angles - working with them every day, and then coming home to our Barney every evening. All that had gone - Barney had gone to the Rainbow Bridge … Continue reading

I Am A Terrible Blogger – Cherish Skincare Pillow Spray

I have a confession to make. I am a terrible blogger. Back in September, I was lucky enough to be invited to the product launch of Cherish Skincare, and their facial night oil, which I absolutely adored and had been using religiously until it got lost when my partner Clark and I moved house. Never … Continue reading I Am A Terrible Blogger – Cherish Skincare Pillow Spray

Less Of A Temple, More Of A Shack.

Something that I’ve never actually seen talked about is the way that a chronic health condition can affect the way that one views their own body. I consider myself incredibly lucky as a young female, that I’ve never particularly struggled with having a positive body image. In some ways I suppose it’s because that, to … Continue reading Less Of A Temple, More Of A Shack.

The Trials and Tribulations of Being Diagnosed With an Incurable Illness

Up until 5th April 2017, I was a distinctly average 23 year old. Average height, average weight, slightly below average shoe size and generally nothing to write home about. I was two months into the Salon Manager promotion that I’d been pursuing for the past two years, was working full time as a dog groomer … Continue reading The Trials and Tribulations of Being Diagnosed With an Incurable Illness