Last month I wrote a list about a trauma I experienced. I now know some of you would like to tell your story and you don’t because you don’t have a website or a blog to put it on. NOW you do! I’m hosting stories (annonymous and public) on my blog. Another anonymous story is published here and it is a story about grief.
It was an honour to spend International Women's Day with Adidas in Herzogenaurach, Germany. Read my interview with Maria, editor of Game Plan A where we talk about design, confidence and motherhood. I hope you enjoy it!
I didn’t know how to write this so I followed advice from Clemmie Telford and made a list.
One year ago today the NHS saved my life.
I survived emergency surgery for a heterotopic pregnancy.
I've spoken to many people about this feeling. The feeling I'm failing at activism. That I'm not doing enough. I'm plagued by feelings of guilt that I'm not helping, supporting, donating, championing, volunteering, marching ... enough. I get cross and disappointed at friends and peers who don't march. I'm struggling more and more to know the difference between self-care that must come first and self-care being used as an excuse to bail - in myself and other people. Some people said this feeling would diminish after becoming a parent. I'm only 3 months in and it's heightened. Sure, this might change but I doubt it. Roxane's reply is powerful and I've decided I'm going to pay attention to it. The article is here