Two topics I've been wanting to write about for a while are my epilepsy and Brexit. However, I didn't think I'd be writing about them in the same blog. Today The Guardian published a letter that has been signed by epilepsy specialists, researchers and fundraisers. The headline reads: No-deal Brexit poses a potentially fatal … Continue reading No-deal, No Pills!
I have been writing New Year’s Blogs for four years now and I think this one may be the hardest for me to write, so I’m going to format it a bit differently. You see, the first nine months of my year were taken up by pretty much just one thing and since completing it … Continue reading New Year’s Blog 2019!
The past few weeks, my life has felt very uncertain, even my present feels unknown to me. So in order to regain a sense of stability I've been relying on the god-send that is hindsight. My past is after all relatively certain. Over the last two years I have managed to overcome the majority of … Continue reading I’m Naughty and Proud!
The past three days The Chase's Anne 'The Governess' Hegerty has been miles out of her comfort zone. Camp mates and viewers may be feeling admiration and empathy for her but I'm pretty sure very few can truly understand what she is experiencing. As a fellow female with ASD I must say I am in … Continue reading Autism Advocacy has a new Leader
Remember, remember the fifth of November, Gunpowder, treason and absolute hell for anyone with audio sensitivity. In the week leading up to Guy Fawke's night lots of people complain about how traumatic it is for their four legged friends. What people don't realise is that it can be just horrific for human beings too. One … Continue reading Fireworks Suck!
It is hard to critique something when it's almost perfect and last night's opening episode of the new series of Doctor Who certainly was. There are, however, many changes to discuss, the first being Chris Chibnall as show-runner. So far he has done exactly what needed to be done. Chibnall has discussed the fact that … Continue reading The Woman Who Fell to Earth- My Thoughts
A week ago today my youngest sister Emilia left the nest and made her way up to Nottingham to begin her university journey. It's not been the easiest change for me to deal with as I'm still processing the fact that I'm no longer at uni myself but this hasn't prevented me from feeling an … Continue reading As one journey ends another begins