Month: October 2019

I’m a worrier

Those of you who follow me on social media will know that I’ve had a rough few weeks. After a brilliant holiday in Scotland, I returned to work with a fading ear infection. Unfortunately, I only lasted an hour before I was on my way home again, via my GP’s…

On setbacks and learning to relax

I’ve spent the last week in Scotland to celebrate my brothers 30th birthday. The first few days of the holiday were spent in the beautiful highlands taking in some spectacular views. Despite the hilly landscape, my training runs seemed easier than usual because I found myself wanting to see what…

You don’t look disabled

Earlier in the week I got home to a letter on the doorstep. My brain injury identity card had arrived – a little piece of plastic that lists the day to day struggles I have with my brain.  The Brain Injury Identity Card is part of an initiative launched by…