Confession of a Spoonie: Kat Wilson

Hello! In today’s post, Kat gives her Confessions of a Spoonie! Continue reading “Confession of a Spoonie: Kat Wilson”

Outside Looking In: Mia Wilson

Apologies for this being so late, I couldn’t post this on Thursday due to having really bad internet, so instead I am going to post both this one and the Confessions of a Spoonie today! This one Mia Wilson will be answering the questions for Outside Looking In. Continue reading “Outside Looking In: Mia Wilson”

Confessions of a Spoonie: Meshea Crysup

In today’s post, Meshea Crysup kindly gave her Confessions of a Spoonie! Continue reading “Confessions of a Spoonie: Meshea Crysup”

10 Tips for the Chronically Ill Student

Being a student is hard. There I said it! But do you know what makes it harder? Being a student with a chronic illness. That is so challenging, that unless you’ve actually experienced it, you really couldn’t understand what it is like. Continue reading “10 Tips for the Chronically Ill Student”

Dear Diary || April ’17

Hello everyone! I feel like it’s been a long time since I’ve sat down and written a blog post just because I’ve wanted to; obviously I’ve been working in my blog series with Jodie (you can read more here) but I haven’t really just sat and written about me, for me. So I decided to do a ‘Dear Diary’ type of post, which I hope I continue monthly as a sort of catch up with you. This will allow me to be completely honest and raw with you, letting you all know what’s been going on during the previous month, what I hope to achieve in the following month, what my goals and plans are, what I’m struggling with, and mostly, just how I’m doing in general. Continue reading “Dear Diary || April ’17”

Outside Looking In: Angus Lill

Let’s kick off the first ‘Outside Looking In’ where my boyfriend, Angus, will be answering questions about me and my chronic illness! Don’t forget to check out the previous post over on Jodie’s blog – it’s my Confessions of a Spoonie! Continue reading “Outside Looking In: Angus Lill”