I haven't fully explained why I re-started/refreshed my blog. The person who inspiration to write online again was a lovely blogger called Pascale over at allthingsprettyy (go visit her page). We accidentally "met" on Instagram towards the end of January. Initially I saw a 'like' on a couple of my pictures on my instagram and the comment … Continue reading Feeling inspired… People that inspire me (part 1)
Something that has bothered me for so long is that when patients enter the medical system (ie they go to hospital/ they are ill/ they are diagnosed/ whatever stage they are on) they get bombarded with information. If you are like me, you will be in this place feeling horribly desperate and ill, being told … Continue reading Chiari blogs: Tips for a stress/anxiety free consultation
Hey everyone,Here I am again continuing my month of hospital related posts.I decided to spend this month writing about all things hospital related because I am raising awareness for the Arnold Chiari and Syringomyelia UK Awareness Month in association with The Ann Conroy Trust. Please visit my other posts by clicking here, here and here.Having … Continue reading Chiari Blogs: The "emergency"/hospital bag.
Hello everyone!If you read my first post this month, you will already know that I have decided to write about my “experience” living with a brain condition. (If you haven’t seen that post, you can read it here). Today I want to take some time to tell you about the charity that I am supporting … Continue reading Chiari Blogs: The Ann Conroy Trust. Who are they?
Hello everyone!I scheduled some posts to come on here this month as I have had quite a lot of things happening AND a small matter of a charity crochet elephant to make (read about it here) but stupidly I did it wrong so the easier thing was to just cancel them all on my phone … Continue reading Chiari Blogs: It’s all gone wrong – but not for long! Back to blogging.
Hello again,You might have already seen my previous posts and wondered, what on earth is Chiari Malformation?You’re not alone! I’m doing my little bit to raise awareness as I am a “chiarian”, a “chiari warrior”, whatever you want to call it, I have chiari!The science.“In this condition the cerebellar tonsils of the brain descend through … Continue reading What is Chiari Malformation?
Hello again!This is part two of my chiari blog series. If you'd like to see part one, please click here.So, in order for you to fully understand why I am so eager to ‘plug’ the UK awareness month for Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia I think it is only fair for me to give you some … Continue reading Chiari blog: What is wrong with me?