(FYI: My boyfriend chose the title of this post. For those of you who are familiar with his pun based humour, it will make sense. For those who don’t know him, this joke tells you all you need to know.) I’ve been deliberating over whether to write about my experience with Endometriosis for quite some … More The perfect ‘op’portunity!
When I first started this blog I had two objectives: help others, and push myself out of my comfort zone. I’ve said before that I don’t believe the former to be achievable without also helping myself, hence why this post is so important to me. I’m not normally the kind of person to share the … More 20 lessons in 20 years of grief.
568,025,136 seconds. That is, according to Google, the approximate length of time I’ve had the honour of being a big sister. Not every second of that has been easy, but it has definitely been worth it. So, in honour of my sister’s 18th birthday I’ve compiled a list of lessons I wish I’d known at … More What I wish I’d known at 18!
Hi there! I’m going to assume that, as you clicked on this link, you’re curious about how diet and lifestyle can help manage symptoms of Endometriosis (and potentially other illnesses). Before we jump into that though, I want to be clear that not every suggestion will work for everyone. What works for me, may not … More Endo-Management
Hello again! If you’re new to this blog, welcome! If you’re a returning reader, thank you for coming back! As promised, I’ve finally got round to writing about my own experience with Endometriosis. But, more than that, the great lessons I have learnt because of it (nobody likes a Debbie-Downer). Before we jump into the … More EndoMEtriosis
Hello lovely people of the Internet! Today I’m going to explain, as promised, what Endometriosis is. Now, I am aware that there is still a strange stigma surrounding the discussion of a woman’s reproductive system, but as I believe this is too important of an issue to ignore, I’m going to pay no heed to … More So, what is Endometriosis?