Posts Tagged ‘Social media’

A New Job!

I am delighted to announce I have a new job! As of Monday (October 3) I’ll be Communications and Social Media Manager at NHS Horizons, which is currently part of NHS England. The Horizons Group aims to support staff in health and care to think differently about how we do things, to lead to better […] Read more…

The EU Referendum: Views, Bias, and Kindness

Tomorrow we’ll be going to the polls to cast our vote in the European Referendum. It’s a momentous decision, with vociferous campaigning on both the ‘leave’ and ‘remain’ sides. That campaigning has been complemented by commentary and coverage in the print, broadcast, and social media. All campaigning, commentary, and coverage has been littered with spin, […] Read more…

Raise a Glass for Hugo

Sunday marks the second anniversary of Hugo’s death. While I know from having survived other anniversaries and milestones that I shall survive this day too, it will be a difficult day. On Hugo’s second birthday, his daddy and I did everything we could to celebrate our little boy’s life. We wanted to celebrate our son, […] Read more…

The Facebook Motherhood Challenge

I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. On the one hand it is a brilliant way of keeping in touch with people, especially those who live overseas. Our ‘friends in our phones’ have been an invaluable support through difficult times – through Facebook Martin and I shared our time with Hugo, and we have got […] Read more…

Celebrating 100 Hours of #PNDChat

This Wednesday, December 16 2015 at 8pm marks a very special occasion: 100 hours of #PNDChat – will you be celebrating with us? #PNDChat is the brainchild of wonderful blogger Rosey to bring together those affected by perinatal mental health, and the people (family, friends, and professionals who support them) – known as the #PNDFamily. And it […] Read more…

I’m An Introvert and That’s Ok

I’m an introvert and that’s ok. It’s who I am – but it has taken me a long time to accept that fact. We introverts can be misunderstood, you see: our shyness can be mistaken for rudeness; our preference for reading a book over attending a big gathering assumed to be a tendency towards being […] Read more…

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