• Life Insurance & IBD

    Disclaimer: Guest post Award-winning life insurance broker, Reassured,  explain what information you’ll need to provide when applying for life insurance with Crohn’s disease and how the condition may have an impact on your cover. As with any life insurance application, you’ll need to provide information regarding your age, health, level of cover, length of cover and […]

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  • Health Tracking – My IBD Care

    Disclaimer: Occasionally, I am asked to review particular products and services. I work with those who I believe have IBD and ostomy patients’ best interests at heart. In light of this, all views and experiences shared on this blog are mine and of my own honest opinion, and do not reflect the official position of […]

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  • Guest Post: MyTherapy

    IBD: TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR DISEASE Living with IBD can be difficult sometimes with unpredictable episodes and regular hospital visits that disrupts normal daily activities. However, if the symptoms are well managed, people diagnosed with IBD can live normally with the condition. IBD has been a topic of interest for many people and has become […]

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  • Why Share, Why Blog?

    Living with an invisible illness is tough and most often we endure silent battles; we may look well on the outside but inside we are suffering. For some, sharing their experiences and stories is tough. I get this – it is personal, private and at times overwhelming. Wanting to share and talk takes courage and […]

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  • Brava Protective Seal Shoot

    Something I have been unable to share about – until now! – is my involvement with Coloplast and their Brava Protective Seal. I reviewed this product earlier on – read more here – but I was also approached by Coloplast HQ in Denmark to do a testimonial for the product too not long after that […]

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  • Knowing Your Limits

    They say in order to grow you should be testing your limits, pushing yourself forward, outside of your comfort zone. But what is there to be said for knowing your limits?  For me, limits have been a tricky business these last couple of years. I couldn’t ignore my diagnosis of my chronic illness, but I […]

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  • Doing Long Distance

    A couple of weeks ago, I started a new job. And not just any job; one I was so damn excited to get and actually start. But it meant moving away from home. That was a messy feeling in my head for weeks, which included moving all my patient care for my IBD and stoma […]

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