Sharing my Leukaemia experience; Haematology Nurses & Healthcare Professionals Conference

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Recently I was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Haematology Nurses & Healthcare Professionals Educational Conference in Zurich.   Here is a snapshot of what I spoke about. I am always happy to share my experience at these conferences because not a day goes by when I am not grateful to the excellent team who looked… Continue reading Sharing my Leukaemia experience; Haematology Nurses & Healthcare Professionals Conference

Inspirational T-shirts for Survivors

I've always loved slogan t-shirts and I have many in my wardrobe.  Since my diagnosis I've become even more obsessed with them as they hold more meaning, here are some of my favourites with the link to where you can get yours too! Here's the link to buy your's thesloganstyle  

What being able to travel means after a cancer diagnosis

For those of you who are new to my blog here is a little background; I was diagnosed with Leukaemia in 2015 which is currently in remission and I spent 6 months in hospital undergoing high dose, intense chemotherapy.  So as you can imagine surviving is something I am grateful for every single day. I… Continue reading What being able to travel means after a cancer diagnosis

How it feels when your adult child is fighting Acute Leukaemia

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How does a mother react when she gets the news that her daughter has been diagnosed with Leukaemia?

Need inspiration? A Life Quote to inspire you on those tough days

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This life quote is by far one of my favourites since I've been in remission from acute Leukaemia because it really sums up the journey I've been on. During the brutal treatment which meant 6 months as a hospital in patient my life certainly felt bleak and grey with little hope of any reprieve. Yet… Continue reading Need inspiration? A Life Quote to inspire you on those tough days

How cancer can change your mindset in a positive way

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In the past the concept of mindset was not something I had given much thought to and it was not something I particularly believed in either.  However, over the past couple of years my beliefs have changed considerably and it wasn't until recently that I started to understand that this process is known by some… Continue reading How cancer can change your mindset in a positive way

Remission isn’t all its cracked up to be – how it feels

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I've written an article for The Huffington Post UK about how it feels to be in remission from Leukaemia   Click here to read my post ~~ Remission doesn't mean I'm cured but the certainty has taught me to be stronger  

What being diagnosed with Leukaemia feels like – three years on

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When I was in that hospital room with what I thought was some sort of infection and the consultant came in with tears in her eyes to tell me I actually had a very aggressive form of Leukaemia and that they would need to treat it aggressively, starting that very same day. 

What it feels like to have chemotherapy

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A while ago I was asked by Healthy Magazine to share my experience with chemotherapy and I was happy to do so.  I've always been open and honest about my Leukaemia journey and through this I have been contacted many times by others who, after reading my story, have felt touched or comforted.  I am… Continue reading What it feels like to have chemotherapy