What’s Emma Been Watching?

For a “non-viable” industry, we’ve done alright entertaining the entire country throughout COVID-19 with the various incredible series, programmes and films that have been available at their fingertips right? Thought so! As mentioned in my previous blog, we have to say such a huge thank you for the amazing back catalogue of programmes that haveContinue reading “What’s Emma Been Watching?”

Moving forwards.

As we approach the end of the disastrous year that is 2020, I can feel myself breathing a slight sigh of relief. (Not fully though, because this is still far from over.) It has been an awful year collectively for the world and I’m sure I’m not the only one who will be glad toContinue reading “Moving forwards.”

Covid-19: Coping with lockdown

As the clock turned midnight on New Year’s Eve last year I remember the joy and elation in the room as we ventured into the roaring twenties. I would never in a million years have believed you if you’d said that 3 months into the year we would be dealing with a global pandemic, instructedContinue reading “Covid-19: Coping with lockdown”

It only takes a taste…

As a type 1 diabetic, I strive for the most perfect blood glucose results on a daily basis. It’s very hard to get it right. There are so many factors that are beyond my control which affect my blood glucose levels. Some of these things you wouldn’t even think would affect it: heat, altitude, emotions,Continue reading “It only takes a taste…”

Hello 2020

Well, 2019 certainly passed in the blink of an eye didn’t it? Happy New Year everyone! To say the least 2019 was definitely an interesting year for me. My highlight of the year was obviously getting engaged to my gorgeous now fiancé! Something I wasn’t expecting in the slightest, but it definitely made my yearContinue reading “Hello 2020”

How do you measure your happiness?

I was having a chat with one of my performer friends recently and she said she’d recently had a realisation. She has become aware that she measures her happiness on how successful she is at the time. Her recent epiphany has made her realise that her measure of happiness shouldn’t be based on how “successful”Continue reading “How do you measure your happiness?”

The struggle is real.

So, not that long ago I felt really sad. I wasn’t depressed or anything of the sort, but I was just feeling so deflated and down about the lack of acting work in my life. I’m a big believer that you have to work hard to achieve your goals, and that things don’t happen forContinue reading “The struggle is real.”

Libre libre libre!

What an awful blogger I’ve been as of late. I must admit, I’ve been really busy and just haven’t found the time to sit down and write. So for that, I sincerely apologise. However, I’m feeling extremely under the weather today and I’ve had to call in sick at work. But at least this givesContinue reading “Libre libre libre!”

Eating disorders and disordered eating

Finally, I’ve managed to get round to writing my second blog based on the talks I attended at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference. This blog focuses on eating disorders and disordered eating in occurrence with diabetes. Speaking very openly and honestly, I can safely say that I have never had any experience with an eatingContinue reading “Eating disorders and disordered eating”

Macrosomia – what is it?

When I attended the Diabetes UK Professional Conference I sat in on a talk about Macrosomia. The talk was titled ‘Macrosomia: Is it inevitable, is it preventable and does it matter anyway?’ The talk was broken down into sections featuring presentations from various speakers. The talk ran as follows: 11.40 – Can we accurately predictContinue reading “Macrosomia – what is it?”