My SF/EMG Test Experience

 TW: NeedlesI thought it was about time I gave you a little update on my health. Nothing has changed but I wanted to share my experience with the tests I had a week ago.I had an appointment with my new neurologist at the end of May. I wished she listened and was awesome, and she...

Life Update: It’s Been a While and My Health is Shit

  It’s been almost nine months…NINE MONTHS since I put some words down on here. I can’t quite believe it’s been that long but I also can believe it. It’s been a struggle, I’ve not had much to say, and I wanted to wait until I had some answers before updating you all. March 2020...

Of Hearts: The Bra Strap

  I’ve wanted to write something like this for a while, I guess you could call it a series of stories, things that happened to me or things I want to talk about that aren’t conventional blog posts. I’m titling it Of Hearts because it’s a play on words regarding the Queen of Hearts and...

Making Friends as an Adult is Hard

Image by Khandie Photography Making friends as an adult is hard. Making friends as a disabled adult is really hard. I’m in my early thirties, I spend a lot of time at home due to my health and it gets really isolating. Remember as a kid, you’d go up to another kid, ask them to...

My Dream Accessible Bathroom

*Disclaimer: This post is commissioned by Bathing Solutions to give my thoughts on what I look for in an accessible bathroom We moved house at the end of April and I love our accessible bungalow; it’s really big, plenty of room for my wheelchair, lots of storage space and just all-round amazing. However, whoever lived...

Accessibility: Captioning Your Instagram Story

If you’re using Instagram Story and are not adding captions when you speak on there, why? Yes, it takes a bit more time. Yes, you have to watch your clips back a few times, but ultimately, Instagram, and all aspects of social media and the internet should be accessible to everyone. Subtitles on Instagram Story...

Why I Decided on Quick-Step Laminate Flooring as a Wheelchair User

*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Quick-Step It feels like ages ago that we moved house but we’ve only actually lived in our new bungalow a couple of months and the decorating is still all on-going. There’s currently only the hall that is complete; or so my boyfriend will tell you, I, however still need...

The Chronic Illness Diaries: Fatigue, Fatigue, Fatigue

Sleeping is a funny thing; sometimes I don’t do it at all, other times I do it too much and sometimes it’s a mixture of both, thus resulting in a very zombie-like Sarah.Living with CFS/ME is difficult, it’s not just about being tired. I could sleep for fifteen years and still be tired; my sleep...

Not Feeling Guilty When Needing To Rest

(Source: Instagram @HelloSunshine) It’s been a struggle for me these last few weeks. I’ve not opened my laptop, I’ve barely even looked at it sat on my living room floor as the thought of writing, trying to write has filled me with dread. Not only that but I’ve had zero energy. It’s been almost three...