You may have noticed along the way that I am kind of interested in art. When I say I am interested in art I mean both in making it and […]

I live with my parents. There you go. I’ve said it. I am a grown adult woman. I graduated from university this year. I turned 30 this year. And I […]

Infections have plagued my body this last week. Of what sort? All of them, I guess, as you are about to find out. Now, we all know that infections are […]

How do you plan for your health? At present, do you plan? Is your plan proactive or reactive? A big concern with people who live with chronic illnesses is how […]

Incontinence. One of the uncoolest things to symptoms of illness and age. I have been busting to talk about this for a while now. Sorry to leak in all these […]

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 […]

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 […]

One morning, very early in the year 2017, I woke up feeling great. Me, Jessie, felt in the very marrow of the deepest bones of my body, that my health […]

The call The call for my chemotherapy came through at 11.45 on Wednesday. I was in the middle of a uni tutorial, doing a group plan for a class discussion. […]

It is a strange thing, to change. Obviously, we are not talking about an outfit or a preference in music. To actually experience your personality change in a considerably short […]

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