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Some general musings, articles, health hacks and stories from my life.

Hair Loss and Chemotherapy

Hair Loss and Chemotherapy

For anyone wanting to encourage strong and healthy hair growth post chemotherapy (or just generally) I have 3 great tips for you! I have had so many people (including my hairdresser!) comment on my thick and healthy hair, I felt it was only fair to share my secrets...

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Keeping Germs at Bay Naturally

Keeping Germs at Bay Naturally

Keep germs at bay this Christmas! Regular anti-bacterial gels contain toxic and harmful ingredients that can do more harm than good. They often increase the chance of dermatitis too. That's why I've switched to this essential oil based one from Neals Yard. Organic and...

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Beyond Breast Cancer’s Launch Night @ Foodies.Rock

Beyond Breast Cancer’s Launch Night @ Foodies.Rock

Wow! Oh What a Night! A huge thank you to everyone who made Beyond Breast Cancer's Launch night at Foodies Rocks a success! There was raw vegan chocolate, activated tamari nuts will chilli, super juices and smoothies. The night was shared with family, old friends and...

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Breast Cancer Coach Survivor Launches Business in Northampton

Breast Cancer Coach Survivor Launches Business in Northampton

Breast cancer Coach survivor launches business in Northampton to inspire and support women. A nice mention in the local paper! A psychologist from Northampton has set up a support service to provide women battling breast cancer with first-hand emotional support......

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Thank You. To You… And To You… And To You… And You!

Thank You. To You… And To You… And To You… And You!

My daughter, Asara, sat still while I tried to fish-plait her hair this morning and said to me, “Mummy. We should say thank you to the cows”. She paused to make sure I was listening and then continued; “Because they give us milk and we have milk everyday”. I smiled at...

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Help others understand Cancer: Loving yourself

Help others understand Cancer: Loving yourself

Help others understand Cancer: My daughter, Asara, who has just started in Reception, came home from school today and said she was up to 11 friends now! Very proud of herself! When I asked her to name them, she did. The first name was her own. When asked to clarify,...

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