When you’ve had cancer, it seems as though anything that comes afterwards couldn’t possibly compare. I mean, you’ve had cancer. It’s a huge thing to overcome & after you’ve been through all the treatment and the operations, you don’t think you could ever feel worse in your life.
The summer weather hit us for about three days last week in typical British fashion!
Now I am definitely not built for the sun – I’m the palest person you will ever come across in your life. I just can’t take the heat and my skin burns up straight away!
But I still like to get out & enjoy the heat – I just take extra care when I do 🙂
Here are my top 5 tips for staying cool in the summer because you don’t wanna rock that lobster look, do you? Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Hey lovely people,
This week, I’ve decided to do a little video on the different opportunities available for young people with cancer – I hope they help some of you out a bit…
Wondering how you’re gonna work out post cancer surgery? I’ve got some tips on what to do…
Hey lovely people!
I thought I’d share some of my bucket list that I have been forming for the last seven years with you & perhaps give you some ideas for your own 🙂
First and foremost, your health is the priority here. Try not to stress out about taking time off work – a lot of your energy needs to go into getting better.
One of my main difficulties in hospital was eating. I absolutely LOVE food but when my chemo started, anything even remotely edible seemed like my worst enemy.