Monday, 27 February 2017
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Monday, 20 February 2017
Ever find a series and just devour it so quickly? I'm currently reading the third novel in the Throne of Glass series and I'm enjoying it.
Friday, 17 February 2017
Last weekend a journalist came to my house and interviewed me on what it's like having a sex life whilst disabled. We spent almost two hours discussing this subject that seems to be one of the most controversial and taboo topics when it comes to disability. Obviously I don't find it unmentionable, or I wouldn't be writing this or have been interviewed. But disability and sex seems to be that forbidden juxtaposition that nobody wants to think about, let alone talk about.
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Monday, 13 February 2017
It's been a while since I included a post in this series so I thought I better change that. If you want to read any of the others, just type firsts in the search bar on the right and they should pop up for you to check out.
Friday, 10 February 2017
A few weeks ago I wrote about what I've learnt at CBT and was actually shocked just how much it was. I also said I'd write a post about how I 'deal' with people, so here it is. If you want to read my previous post, click here.
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
As much as I love makeup, I realised that I only usually feature it in reviews or hauls. So, I thought I'd actually create a look and show you what I came up with. And since it's Valentine's Day next week, what better time to paint my face.
Monday, 6 February 2017
Saturday, 4 February 2017
January's #Paperhaul box arrived earlier this week and I'd have had this to show you much earlier if I hadn't had a bit of an accident with my ankle. Anyway, this time the stationery subscription box is circus themed!
Friday, 3 February 2017
'Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic'
The above quote will be tattooed on me someday. I love it and I love Oscar Wilde. I also thinks it rings true for my life, especially my illness. I don't see my disability as a tragedy or something awful now, but when I was growing up with chronic pain, I certainly felt like it was a death sentence. I didn't see any way of getting used to the agony and everything associated with my condition, I thought it'd hold me back (and it did for a while), and I wanted to be 'normal'.