I am a 22 year old postgraduate student, studying MSc Global Human Resources Management course at Newcastle University, alongside working as a HR Administrator. My blogs main focus is based on my personal experience with invisible illnesses and the constant daily battle with my health & development. Along side this, I feature several guest bloggers and their amazing art or written work, or ramble about some other subject areas myself!
I post on Tuesdays, Thursday and/or Saturdays so please keep your eyes peeled for new posts.
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- With regards to any medical/illness posts I am not a qualified medical professional. Therefore my posts cannot be used as a replacement for professional guidance and are not to be used for self-diagnosis.
- The reason behind my posts on illnesses is for self expression and to raise awareness.
- If you are worried about you or someone your care about regarding some of the illnesses mentioned then PLEASE seek professional guidance.
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