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An Interview With… Jamie Pearson

Through blogging I have met some incredible and brave people.  During the course of me appearing on The IBD & Ostomy Support Show, I met Jamie.  He lives not far from me which was an obvious starting point for a conversation.  He has become a good friend and is always there for a chat and… Continue reading An Interview With… Jamie Pearson

Blog Posts · Lifestyle

Thirty Two Things I Want To Do In My Thirty Second Year

So tomorrow is my birthday and I am turning 32...urgh!  I decided for my birthday post I wanted to look ahead and make some goals, so I have created a list of 32 things I want to do in my 32nd year.  Hope you enjoy a read and fingers crossed I can complete them all… Continue reading Thirty Two Things I Want To Do In My Thirty Second Year

Blog Posts · Health · Weekly/Monthly Favourites

Top 10 Best Things About Getting My Stoma

Good morning and happy Friday!  If you follow me on Facebook you will have seen my apology about not getting a post up on Wednesday.  I have been working hard on my university assignment this week.  I am pleased to say it is complete and has been submitted.  Now I just get to worry about… Continue reading Top 10 Best Things About Getting My Stoma

Blog Posts · Book reviews

BlogMas Day Nineteen – Book Review – Hark! The Biography Of Christmas

This is another of the Christmas themed books I have recently read and really enjoyed. It is written by Paul Karensa and the foreword by Chris Evans is a great introduction. The Blurb In this delightful sleigh ride through Christmas history, Paul Kerensa answers the festive questions you never thought to ask… Did Cromwell help… Continue reading BlogMas Day Nineteen – Book Review – Hark! The Biography Of Christmas

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BlogMas Day Seventeen – Coping With A Stomach Bug When You Have An Ileostomy

I recently caught the dreaded diarrhoea and vomiting bug that seems very prevalent at the moment.  These kinds of bugs can be really dangerous for people with an ileostomy, mainly due to the ease we already become dehydrated even when not ill. Severe dehydration can quickly lead to kidney and other problems which can become… Continue reading BlogMas Day Seventeen – Coping With A Stomach Bug When You Have An Ileostomy