Tag: chronic pain

September

This is my first September as an adult. ‘Why do you say that Jenni? Aren’t you almost 25?’ That fact is true, so I have supposedly been an adult for 7 years. And although I thought I was ‘all grown up’ at 14 I… Continue Reading “September”

Relationships & Chronic Illness

My personal life is something I’ve always kept fairly private but in the world of social media sometimes this can skew the view of what it is like to be in a relationship whilst being diagnosed with a chronic illness. For the readers who… Continue Reading “Relationships & Chronic Illness”

Pain Awareness Month: A Letter to Pain

September is coming to a close. This month has brought the feeling of new beginnings as little ones head back to school and an autumnal chill fills the air. I know for sure that I’ve already curled up in a blanket and lit a… Continue Reading “Pain Awareness Month: A Letter to Pain”

My EDS Survival Kit (Part 1)

Over the past few years, I have found so many amazing products and hacks to help me with different aspects of my connective tissue disorder (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome). Some of these things are quite specific to EDS but others would be helpful for a… Continue Reading “My EDS Survival Kit (Part 1)”

All That You Can’t See: Living with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

If I’d have had to write my final university project two years ago, when I was part of the class of 2017, I couldn’t tell you what I’d have written about, since going back to university I always knew that I wanted my project… Continue Reading “All That You Can’t See: Living with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome”

Chronic Illness Weekly: Back to the Gym, Hospital Appointments & Thorpe Park

Very Busy Week Last Week! Went back to the gym, had 2 hospital appointments (Neurology at Queens & my year follow up from rehab at RNOH) and went on a date day to Thorpe Park and discovered their Ride Access Pass. I also went shopping… Continue Reading “Chronic Illness Weekly: Back to the Gym, Hospital Appointments & Thorpe Park”

Friday Thoughts: Maintaining Change

Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change. -Mary Shelley Change usually ends up being a positive thing, after all, I always say that everything happens for a reason. But as I started talking about the last 12… Continue Reading “Friday Thoughts: Maintaining Change”

Chronic Illness Weekly: New Car & Back to Work

Here’s my latest vlog all about getting my new automatic car and heading back to work and a form of normality after a few crazy months.   If you’d like to support my content please click here for a Audible Audiobooks Free Trial.

Dysautonomia Awareness Month & Recent Vlogs

Dysautonomia Awareness Month may be over but Dysautonomia is something people have to live with every day of the year. I made a video last month with 4 other lovely ladies who were all brave enough to share their story about Living with POTS.… Continue Reading “Dysautonomia Awareness Month & Recent Vlogs”

My Invisible Journey – One Chronic Year On!

Firstly, an apology that I’ve been so incredibly quiet on here lately. I’ve been so focused on getting some great videos out there for you guys that I have neglected my blog a little. But as I’ve said it I often so much easier… Continue Reading “My Invisible Journey – One Chronic Year On!”