Last week I sat in front of my rheumatologist and heard words I never thought I’d hear: “We’ve done everything. Chemotherapy hasn’t worked. There’s nothing else I can do for Continue Reading →
The reading challenge I’m running with my flatmate next year is off to a good start! By which I mean, I’m a massive nerd and I’ve started the first book, Continue Reading →
To be a writer is to be alone. All of us know this. We know that to work, we must be solitary. Yet, we must also cultivate a life to write Continue Reading →
There’s two things that happen with chronic illness and disability. One; your body will change irrevocably. Two; you are not supposed to care.
Tomorrow is International Day of Persons With Disabilities. The theme this year is “transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all.”