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    Blooming Mindfulness award

    Oh my goodness I am so excited and thankful that Back Pain blog UK has nominated me for an award that was set up by Pamela Jensen from There is Always Hope. The Chronically Hopeful Award is, in her words, “to recognise the incredible people who blog about chronic illness, mental health and disability.” This meant so much to me because both of these blogs are favourites of mine who I have been subscribed to for years. Both of these incredible people inspire me to keep writing and to strive to bring some light into this world. There are many blogs out there, but I think all three of us can…

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    Let’s talk about mobility aids

    Let’s talk about mobility aids so that’s things like walkers, walking sticks, crutches, wheelchairs of all the various kinds. Anything that helps us get around in the chronic illness community a lot of people use them not all wheelchair users have to be in a wheelchair full time. Not everybody who uses a walking stick needs it all the time and I think is this big gap between what society expects and what is needed. I’ve heard of people getting abused, getting shouted at even violence because of parking in disabled parking bays! So, it’s no wonder that we feel a little bit hesitant to go outside with a walker…

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    Why cinema trips can be hard with chronic illnesses

    Hey everybody! I think it is important to look at how disability impacts normal life, and for most people cinema trips are normal. That is why today we are talking about why cinema trips can be hard with chronic illnesses. Avengers Yesterday I went to see Avengers Endgame, and oh my goodness was I excited! I got dressed up as you can see, and we went to the lunchtime showing because we couldn’t wait. However, almost as soon as I came out of seeing the film I was reminded why there are so many films I have to miss. I love going to see a movie, it is one of…

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