© https://www.verity-pcos.org.uk/ PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is something that cannot be cured, despite some claims, although symptoms can be improved and managed (for some) with medication, exercise and other lifestyle changes. It is a hormonal condition that manifests itself differently in each person. PCOS is very common and impacts how ovaries function. Symptoms of PCOS… Continue reading September is PCOS Awareness Month!!
Thanking Sainsbury's for their 35 pence BIC Pens last year. Plus with Nectar card points this was a very cheap bulk buy!!
UCAS really do like to keep you waiting. Personally, I think the site may have got sick of me checking the Track system. I have been away from blogging since last year, so have a lot to catching up to do!! So when off work last year I decided things needed to change, I only… Continue reading Is this really happening?
TW (Trigger Warning) Discussions of bullying and suicide. As I have found myself with a lot of spare time this week I have been trying to keep up to date with the news and one topic seems to be coming up more often than others and it has really hit me.... BULLYING Seriously, what is… Continue reading What is going on in the world?
This week, it is all about Money. Mental health and money go hand in hand. Mental ill-health can make managing money difficult (not always!) and worrying about money can make mental ill health worse. It can be a vicious cycle. I recently talked to someone from the Mental Health and Money Advice Service. https://www.mentalhealthandmoneyadvice.org/ I… Continue reading Mental Health Monday – Monday September 10th 2018
I have decided to answer this question; Why is learning important to you and how has it impacted your life? In my second Primary School I met my best friend. In Secondary School I went skiing in France, visited Italy and had an audience with the Pope (and thousands of others), visited New York, Philadelphia… Continue reading Why learning is important to me and how it’s impacted my life? – The Short Version….