It’s been a while since I did a blog post and I’ve had a couple brewing for a few weeks, no more procrastination Liz. Blog! So where am I at now? I’ve had some huge changes in my life and a new diagnosis but more of that later. Coping with late effects that turn your […]Read More Another day, another diagnosis.
Something has changed in me and I honestly don’t think I can ever go back. After a year of psychology sessions I feel like I’ve finally seen the invisible cage I had locked myself in and I have found the key, not only have I found the key I unlocked that door and got the […]Read More Moving forward. Finally.
Death. I’ve had a strange relationship with death : on one hand I’ve always been fascinated with what happens when you die, I was married to an undertaker for 17 years meaning the subject of death was never far from the dinner table however if I thought about dying it would cripple me with fear, […]Read More Facing my fears
This year has been hard physically and mentally for me, I can deal with the physical to an extent but I’ve never dared to look inside my brain until now. I’ve been seeing an Oncology psychologist since spring which has been probably the most sensible decision I’ve made in 2018 but as we all know, […]Read More Money, money, money
Why mourn for something you never had? One sentence that made everything right, thank you Jen (@thecancerchrons) you have no idea how much those words helped. It’s been a roller-coaster of a fortnight (that’s two weeks for the non British!) starting with a trip to London last Monday. I applied for a job with the […]Read More From London to Leeds: job interviews and Twitter meet ups.
In the last few weeks something has changed, it feels like the fog is starting to clear and I can see a future, the last nine months have seen my world turned upside down and its been hard to see anything past the next week the majority of the time. I’m trying to evaluate what’s […]Read More Everything will be OK
Now for something completely different! Last year we were utterly broke and as it got nearer to Christmas there was a blind panic of how the hell are we going to afford Christmas? A genius idea (of mine!) saved the day and after a conversation with HellomynameisRosie on Twitter I thought I’d share it for […]Read More Santa’s skint.