or a young woman's journey through breast cancer

There is a rainbow at the end of the sh£t tunnel…

It has been ages since my last update. Life had been following its course with nothing more exciting than stable scans. If you have an elephant's (or apparently a crow's!) memory, you might remember that I was told I had... Continue Reading →

What not to wear when you are a woman over 30…

or how such a title set the internet on fire today I read this piece of crap today (and its much more satisfying reply) and all I could think of is 'fuck off'. I don't normally swear much but every... Continue Reading →

Today is Friday…

yes, you read right! It might not be Friday for you, but it is for me as tomorrow, I have the day off!!! Woohoo... and I am not sorry. It's my birthday on Sunday and it's the first time I... Continue Reading →

The joys of a new mattress

A few months ago, I read an article or a blog post (I can't remember which) that explained that if you are a side sleeper (like me), you should absolutely avoid sleeping on a spring mattress as it puts pressure... Continue Reading →

New Year, Same old

We are obsessed with *new* everything when a new year starts. New resolutions, new wardrobe, new fridge...oh wait, that's just me 🙂 I am however, very happy to report to on the health front, for me at the moment it's... Continue Reading →

Hey you, long time no see!

I received an email from someone from a website called as she had read some of my posts and wanted me to share one of theirs on some of the effects of chemotherapy on the body. This email reminded... Continue Reading →


Time is flying by as I live my life trying not to think about cancer and thankfully, as the medication is doing it's job, I don't have to think about it too much. My oncology team decided back in October... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year 2015

I know, I know...we are well into January and I should have done this earlier. The truth is, as last year didn't particularly start well (I was hospitalised first weekend of Jan), I wanted to wait to make sure all... Continue Reading →

The highs and lows of 2014

2014 is drawing to a close and it's been a bumpy year. It started quite badly with my first real hospitalisation since I have been diagnosed, and the discovery that I had mets in my lungs and therefore was no... Continue Reading →

Blog at

Up ↑