What It’s Really Like Living With A Stoma Bag

I had a major operation for Endometriosis at the end of June which led me to have a stoma bag for a year. I wanted to share the reality of living with a stoma bag with you. Some days can be tough, especially when it causes discomfort and is weighing down on the stoma. But other days, it’s absolutely fine…

My Hair Loss Journey

I wasn’t going to post these photos, then I thought fuck it, life’s too short and I could potentially help others going through the same battle. I started losing my hair early June, strands and strands would fall out when washing it, brushing it or styling it. I thought nothing of it at the time. Back in April, I had…

Endometriosis Operation Update

As some of you know I have stage 4 endometriosis (my story here) and I recently went into hospital for an operation. Turned out to be a big old op! Firstly let me start by saying how fantastic the NHS nurses and consultants were, they did a brilliant job of keeping me calm and having me in hospital for 6…

Life Lately

Oh my gosh, SO much has happened with my health in a short space of time. Where do I begin?! At the end of February I was admitted to hospital for 3 days, and then since then I became really unwell as the months went on. I was REALLLLY pale, lethargic and I felt dizzy when I stood up for…

My Weight loss Journey: How I Lost 2 Stone In 3 Months

I’ve always struggled with my weight. Through-out my life, I was always that “skinny” child who ate what she wanted and still remained slim. I used to eat Mc D’s twice a week while growing up – such an unhealthy diet. I was also bullied at school for being ‘anorexic’, and I’ve found my late twenties hard because my weight…

Opening Up About Anxiety and Becoming An Award Finalist

It’s Thursday morning, I’m laying in bed and I’m feeling quite reflective of the past couple of months and years. It’s no secret that I suffer with my mental health, I’ve opened up to a few friends and I’ve written about it on my blog over the years. As well as opening up about my endometriosis struggles too. My anxiety…

Why I’ve Gone Veggie For A Month

It’s been 11 days since I decided to go vegetarian. Why you may ask? Well… let me tell you! I spent last November and December in hospital and I found myself reflecting on my lifestyle choices – what goes in and on to my body. This includes make-up I’m wearing, sustainable fashion items and of course eating lots of vegetables…