My Week in Review #1


I’ve seen quite a few weekly update type posts recently and I thought they looked quite fun, so I thought I’d start my own in an attempt to break up the beauty with some bits that are a bit more … read more.

Scary Health Stuff


The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of hospital and doctor appointments, sleepless nights, worrying about death (always fun) and generally freaking out.  It’s that time of the year again, when my body decides to inexplicably turn on me … read more.

When Teddy Was Really Sick

Poorly Teddy :(

Poorly Teddy 🙁

If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram then you’ll now that last week Teddy, my son, got very poorly, very quickly and ended up in hospital for a few days.  He wasn’t so unwell that we … read more.

Costa Summer Menu 2015

Costa Menu Sumer 2015

Now for something a little different on the blog today, but as I have quite a few foodie and Health Hack posts in the pipeline, I figured something about some yummy treats would be welcome too! Coffee is my biggest … read more.

Off-Topic: The Awesome NHS

The Awesome NHS

Just over 15 months ago I was having my son at the Whittington Hospital in North London.  It was a bit of a traumatic experience (I wrote about it here) but on the 7th November 2013, I was … read more.

Off-Topic: Finding a Lump in My Breast

Breast Lump

I frickin’ kid you not, just a few short weeks after normality started to regain its hold on my life after the cervical cancer scare drama, I find a lump in my left breast.  It’s funny that I just randomly … read more.

Off-Topic: LLETZ Procedure – One Month On


Sorry to keep banging on about this as I can imagine that for those who have never had any issues with such things, these posts make for pretty boring reading, but I really wanted to write a few comprehensive … read more.

Off-Topic: LLETZ Procedure for CIN / Dyskaryosis

Funny Google

Regular readers will know that I’ve been having a bit of a tricky time lately, having received a dodgy smear result stating I had Severe Dyskaryosis / CIN3 which is the cellular change that occurs in the cervix which, … read more.