As the lockdown eases across the country, and despite the government insisting it is continuing to ensure that vulnerable and disabled communities get the care and support that they need, it increasingly feels as though we have been forgotten.
My MS is a pain in the arse sometimes. It rears it's ugly head at the most inconvenient moments - like when I am sat in the board room of a meeting at work with some senior managers and my head starts to wobble like the Churchill dog. It can be a very disruptive force … Continue reading The doom of being clean
This week I've gone all emoji as I publish my first online vlog on here. Let me know what you think of the content and the cartoon version of me. I'm not fond of showing my face as the fatigue really shows. Let me know what you think as I am thinking of doing more … Continue reading Overactive Bladder research
So, since being diagnosed I have been asked on several occasions to rate my quality of life in various ways using a series of questions on a scale of 1 to 5... I am sure you are familiar with the questions I am talking about. They ask about things such as how you generally feel … Continue reading The sliding scale