This months Twenty Questions interviewee is Sheryl from A Chronic Voice. A Chronic Voice covers a wide variety of topics around chronic illness. Stories, tips and musings from guests plus Sheryl herself, providing insights into what life can be like with a chronic illness, covering subjects such as relationships, finances, physical and mental health. I… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Sheryl
Reading and I have had an on off relationship over the years. As a young child I loved being read to, although I wasn’t that open to new books. Like most kids I loved repetition and I’m surprised my Chicken Licken book survived so long, due to either dog-eared death or cremation by my Mum.… Continue reading Books and Blogs – I’m a Guest
You might remember last month I interviewed fellow disability blogger Carrie of Life On The Slow Lane. She very honestly and openly answered my Twenty Questions (you can catch up with that here, and answer them yourselves if you like!). Meanwhile here I was busy working away on replies to Twenty Questions Carrie had composed… Continue reading Getting To Know Me – Twenty Questions
It seems people enjoy answering random questions just as much as I enjoy reading them. My Twenty Questions has turned into a bit of a series. I’m loving it! So my second interviewee is Lorna over at Gin & Lemonade. I insist you check out her brilliant blog, she’s been at it a while! You’ll… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Lorna
Being part of the blogging community is something I've only got involved with recently, and am finding it really enjoyable. I've joined a couple of blogging groups, and earlier this month wrote my first guest post. Until then I was in a world of my own, doing my little blog and reading a few others.… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Carrie
Recently I was given the opportunity to write a guest post for the lovely Buckets Of Tea. I discovered Buckets Of Tea a couple of months back while browsing blogs, you know how it goes, one click leads to another and I find a blog title that really catches my eye. 'This is someone as… Continue reading Tea is served – I’m a guest
You may have read my previous post a few days ago declaring I'd had a busy week, one deserving of two blog posts. Well here's the second significant man. Ed Sheeran. (The first man can be found here.) Do you remember my rant back in February 'The Elusive Golden Ticket - Ed Sheeran'? If you haven't… Continue reading I Got a Golden Ticket – Ed Sheeran
This a post that will be updated over time, so you'll need to keep an eye for new additions! Having a wee is something I think many people take for granted, and don't realise how something they do every day, many times a day, without even thinking about, can be a constant issue for others.… Continue reading To Wee or Not to Wee – How accessible is an accessible toilet?