Monthly Archives: March 2016

There’s no shame in talking.

A few people have asked me why I deliver talks about my experience with mental illness, especially when its clear I become emotional whilst delivering them. I have also been asked how I was able to do the talks whilst … Continue reading

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Supporting those who are most vulnerable.

So I’m currently lying in bed at Brize and I just felt compelled to write a blog on something I’ve been pondering since the latest budget was announced. George Osborne smiles through parts of his speech whilst those it affects … Continue reading

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Sometimes I just feel like I’m drowning.

So another week has gone by and what a week it was!!!! I’m exhausted but I’m down south doing a bit of dog sitting and a ‘rest’. It’s been a strange week to be fair and this next week is … Continue reading

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Those little things mean the world.

So I’m sat in the hairdressers contemplating the last couple of weeks. I’ve just walked through town and whilst in the bank a police car and van came speeding past and pulled up short of the bank. Everyone in there … Continue reading

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