Language Matters: Health Communication and Baby Loss

Being in a healthcare environment – whether that be a GP’s surgery or a hospital – can be a hugely disempowering experience. You are likely to feel especially disempowered when you receive bad news – your head spinning, struggling to take in usually complex information. Then, more than ever healthcare professionals of all disciplines need to […] Read more…

Friday Favourites: Stationery

This is the first in a new series of posts: Friday Favourites. Each Friday, I’ll be writing about some of my favourite things. It’s a bit of fun, I’ll enjoy writing about what makes me, me – and I hope you’ll enjoy reading them, too! First up, it’s my passion for stationery… I have had quite […] Read more…

A Successful Week

This week, I am happy to report has felt successful for me personally, and for my blog: Me For the past few months I have been making a concerted effort with my food intake and exercise. I’ve been doing particularly well with my running, doing regular 5km distances on the treadmill at the gym. I’m […] Read more…

Forget-Me-Nots and Patience

This time last year, while we were still in the deep fog of early grief, Martin and I spruced up our back garden. While we enjoy looking at flowers, we know little about gardening and we were glad to have the assistance of my green-fingered mum and brother. Our garden is a small courtyard, with a […] Read more…

New Guest Post Series: Life After…

Life doesn’t always work out the way we planned, or hoped. Sometimes things that happen to us are out of our control. These unexpected events can change our lives completely. Somehow, though, we have to carry on. We have to live the life we have, after. My blog is about my life after two life-changing events that happened […] Read more…

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