To finish off Coeliac Awareness Week, I thought it would be a great idea to let you know what foods I can’t live without.Read More The foods I can’t live without
Being gluten free can be a struggle when it comes not only to your home life, but to your social life as well. It doesn’t have to be! When you first start out on your gluten free venture you quickly learn the way of things. Reading blog articles and following gluten free people online is a helpful way of learning how to avoid the pitfalls that can come with your food intolerance.Read More 6 things I’ve learned about eating out since being gluten free
As previous articles of mine will informed you, I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome. I have been suffering from it for the past four years, and so far, I think I’ve been dealing with it quite well. You may also be aware that currently, I have a broken ankle (and actually have nothing better to do than write). I’ve found writing for my blog has helped alleviate the boredom that comes with sitting in the house all day waiting for my bones to knit together. Finding topics to write about hasn’t been too difficult, and last night, my IBS decided to give me yet one more thing to write about, so strap in a get ready!Read More IBS and a Broken Ankle: A Review
Just some musing of mine about the types of things people say to you when they see you in a cast or a boot. Most of the time people are really kind to you when they see you have an injury like a broken limb. On the odd occasion though, people just say the wrong thing.Read More 5 things not to say to a person with a fracture
As it is still #IBSAwarenessmonth I just anted to share the 10 ten things I feel now as a person who suffers from IBS. It’s not always about the shit, except when it is.Read More Present Day Me: IBS Top 10
Greatings from South Island, New Zealand! Currently I am sitting in my hotel, on a huge king sized bed on the outskirts of Queenstown. What an adventure husband and I have had since I last wrote. I can’t quite believe we only have around 4 days left of our trip. Since I last wrote we […]Read More New Zealand Honeymoon: Part 2
In getting back into the blogging world, I thought it might be fun to review some of the places that I go to. I will be doing quite a bit of travel in the next few months and so this is the perfect opportunity for me to share my thoughts with you all. In the […]Read More Little Wing Pizzeria
Here is the final instalment of my successful night of writing in the 642 Things to Write About book by the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto.
I had passed this particular prompt on many occasions when flipping through this book, and it was last night when an image just popped into my head and I decided to create it. It is supposed to be a short story, and maybe some people will argue that what I have written is a short story, but to me however, I think it is more of a “meet-cute.”
Here is the second instalment of my successful night of writing in the 642 Things to Write About book by the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto.
This particular prompt took me down a path that was a littler darker than I had intended. You know the way you start out with an idea, and fully intend on writing it down, but when you start putting pen to paper something else just seems to emerge from the depths of your brain? Well that is what happened with this prompt.
It’s been a while since I last updated my blog, and a lot of things have happened. The two jobs that I applied for in a local museum here in my very own city of Derry-Londonderry were rejected. So I’ve taken to writing to help me to occupy my mind and time.Read More Writing To Keep Busy