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Blog 39 - Find your river

Blog 39
I went to a wedding last week, it was my special nephew, Andy and his beautiful partner Amber. Sometimes when couples get together I am sceptical but Andy and Amber are so matched.They are creative, ambitious but they have the feet on the earth. 532 more words

Living With MND

Why I am tired?!

A quick snooze has more benefit than just reducing your dark circles – it gives your brain time to refresh.  It’s time to start focusing on how to get more sleep… 316 more words


Blog -38 - The warm wind of friendship

I am in Dorset after a six hours journey, it was uncomfortable as I haven’t got a bottom! The first night we stayed in a yurt, it had a clear window in the roof, we had a view of the cloudy night, no stars unfortunately but the wood burner kept the atmosphere cosy. 634 more words

Living With MND

How I halved my medication cost (without changing my dose)

Before you jump in, I should say that this will not work for everyone. This will depend on the type medication you’re taking and where your live. 1,156 more words


The Chinese Finger Trap

Tonight is going to be short and sweet and hopefully I dont get off course.

When you hear the words “Chinese Finger trap” what do you think of. 398 more words

Traumatic Brain Injury

The Love of my Life ...

 Reading the Sunday Times this weekend, I was moved by, and screen-snapped, the image above, where Alice was one of the women who participated in an exercise of remembrance from the wearing of a garment that belonged to a partner who they were no longer living with. 426 more words

Wheelchair Users

Study: US Alzheimer's rate seems to be dropping

The rate of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias is falling in the United States and some other rich countries — good news about an epidemic that is still growing simply because more people are living to an old age, new studies show. 790 more words

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