One In Four

The end of 2018 saw 100 years since the end of the First World War, and I struggle to understand why mental health still remains such a taboo subject, considering how much life has changed for us all since then. As a society, we openly talk about physical health problems, from visible skin conditions to

Having An Invisible Disability

“You don’t look disabled” “Why are you parked there?” “There’s nothing wrong with you!” The amount of times I’ve had to hold my tongue and stop myself from telling people to eff off has been a challenge and a half over the years. But unfortunately, this is my life when I go out and about

Top Five Little Hiking Helpers

I discovered something. Hiking is hard. Sometimes you’re wet, sometimes you’re hurting and sometimes you’re downright miserable. But there are some little helpers that make the hard moments more bearable and the good moments even better. Here is a list of my favourites. I am sure we all consider different items essential gear for our