I just wanted to write a short blog to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has been watching my #happydiabeticchallenge insta stories so far! I have been overwhelmed with all the views they have received and all the wonderful messages people have been sending me regarding them. I had no idea that my … Continue reading Thank you so much!
HE'S BEHIND YOU! That's right! I have some wonderful panto news for you all. If you follow me on Instagram, Twitter or you're a friend of mine on Facebook you'll probably already know that I'm going to be performing in Peter Pan this Christmas at the Princes Theatre, Clacton on Sea! I had such a … Continue reading Panto News and The Happy Diabetic Challenge
I've definitely spoken about this before, but I feel like it needs to be addressed again as I know so many people feel awkward when it comes to this topic. Injecting in public Injecting in public for some type 1s is a daunting and uncomfortable experience. I think back to when I was first diagnosed … Continue reading Injecting in public and taking the low carb plunge.
First of all, apologies for not writing for a while! I've (as usual) been really busy and was visiting home last week, which was so lovely. Lots has been going on, so I've found it hard to find time to write. However, finally, here we go! So, a story was brought to my attention a … Continue reading The consequences of type 1
On Tuesday night I had the absolute pleasure of watching the debut of new play 'Knock' by Megan Jenkins at the Drayton Arms Theatre Pub. The show is performed by Original Impact Theatre, a company that is going from strength to strength. Original Impact Theatre's shows are performed, directed, written and produced by the company … Continue reading Original Impact presents ‘Knock’ Review
A few weekends ago Bobby and I got to go and stay for a night with our wonderful friends Lottie and Michael, in their newly bought home in Bordon. On our train journey there I swiftly realised that I'd forgotten to pick up another Levemir pen from the fridge. I only had enough insulin to … Continue reading The cost of Diabetes.
I'm currently stuck in that awful acting limbo where I haven't had a job for months. I'm not afraid to admit it and it definitely doesn't make me a failure. However, it really is hard to stop yourself from questioning what on earth is going on. I have had auditions and I know I've absolutely … Continue reading Acting is not a sprint, it’s a marathon.
I'm really hoping that this blog will be useful for my fellow type 1s who feel like going on an all inclusive holiday will really muck up their blood glucose control and leave them feeling awful. I can assure you - I did it and it was hard but I enjoyed every second. I'll be … Continue reading Type 1 and All Inclusive Holidays
Oh my goodness! It feels like an entire lifetime since I last wrote a blog post. I really do apologise for that! I have been super busy as usual and endured a grueling 16 day continuous work stint before I jetted off on holiday to Majorca. I only just arrived back on Wednesday so my … Continue reading There’s always a diabetes update.
#TalkAboutDiabetes It's Diabetes Week 2018 (11th-17th June) and we want everyone to #TalkAboutDiabetes! Having diabetes is not an easy ride, in fact it's a very serious condition that needs to be monitored and assessed every moment of the day. It's like taking on another full time job to be honest! Or, if you're self employed … Continue reading Diabetes Week 2018