A video? You ask yourself. Why now? The full intent of me sharing my journey through life with Lupus as openly and honestly as I have thus far is to […]

It is a natural assumption that from the time of birth, the role of who is your carer is clearly going to be your parents. I mean, you are a […]

When I first moved out of home, I struggled to build my independence. From leaving home for boarding school, half way through my teenage years, to settling in a rental […]

Writing a resumé can be difficult. Not only are you trying to sell yourself to a stranger. You must do it within a word count or page limit while highlighting […]

Getting a stable income, when you have an unstable illness can be hard. From introducing yourself to an employer as a reliable worker, to keeping that reputation with sick leave […]

Anyone who lives with a chronic illness comes to a point in their life where they begin to ask a simple question: how does this impact on my employability? Our […]

‘Lupus Dermatitis’ is a phrase I have created. In no way is this the language medical professionals used to describe my ‘skin’ situation, however given the enormous response I have […]

My path to my degree was a confused one. I was once predicted to be a dancer, and as far as career is concerned, this prediction appears to be coming […]

Over the years I have undertaken an array of different courses of study. All of this has occurred whilst I have been ‘distracted’ with one health trouble or another. It […]

Lupus Cerebritis has been a serious and troublesome fact in this last half-decade of my life. Following the progression of this illness has been relatively as it is coincided with […]

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