What I’ve Learned in 10 Years | Health

April 9th 2018 marked 10 years since I was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 14.

When I think about it, it seems like yesterday and about 100 years ago at the same time!

There are parts I’ve blocked out completely, parts that feel like a dream and some things which are still crystal clear.

So much has changed in 10 years.

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My Sarcoma Story – #sarcomaawarenessweek | News

Hey lovely people,

I’ve got something a little bit different for you this week.

It’s Sarcoma Awareness Week and to show my support, I thought I would share my sarcoma story. Continue reading “My Sarcoma Story – #sarcomaawarenessweek | News”

24 hour Heart Monitor & Side Effects of Chemo | Health

Hey guys,

I’ve just handed in the heart monitor that I had on for 24 hours and I am so thankful to be free of it! It was quite small – not as heavy as the one I had on a few years ago – but rather than clipping on to my waistband, it was in a little bag that went over my shoulder.

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A Frank Account of Teenage Cancer | Writing

It’s like one day you’re just living your life in a haze of teenage emotions. Wandering the streets of your hometown aimlessly with your best friend. Getting caught up in adolescent arguments and then suddenly, you have a feeling that something is gonna change your life for good. Continue reading “A Frank Account of Teenage Cancer | Writing”