Christmas, mental health

(self)care at Christmas

The Christmas period can be a pretty overwhelming time of year; whether that's due to changes in your physical and/or mental health, or your job picking up the pace a little, or just the stress of present buying, fitting seeing everyone important to you in and the general family stresses you face on the day.… Continue reading (self)care at Christmas

disability, Uncategorized

My Pain Day (Dec week 1)

The guide On twitter, two things have been going around recently; first is the above guide for pain, and second the #MyPainDay diaries tag. Upon request, and being a spoonie blog apt for awareness, I have decided to contribute over here. This above guide is SO important. Many disabled and chronically ill folk play down… Continue reading My Pain Day (Dec week 1)

disability, mental health, personal, Uncategorized

Invisible Disabilities Week: My Chronic Life and an introduction to Spoonie Saturdays

THIS is what Invisibly Disabled looks like*: Spoiler alert if you hadn't realised... it's me. This is me on some days, one would argue like an able bodied person: And on others, here I am: I have chosen to share this picture as on a typical day with mobility aids, it is a stick I… Continue reading Invisible Disabilities Week: My Chronic Life and an introduction to Spoonie Saturdays

disability, feminism, LGBT, lifestyle, mental health, politics

A vote for the Tories is a vote against people like me.

"A vote for the Tories is a vote against me"   My name is Lauren Bethany Curr. I am 18 years old. You probably won't know who I am (as I'm 'nobody', as such), and you probably won't care. But you will impact my life significantly. Your vote for the Tories is a vote against people… Continue reading A vote for the Tories is a vote against people like me.