Yep you read it right, I am here to tell you all to go and check your boobs! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with cancer now affecting one in two people with over 12,000 cancer diagnoses being made made in Northern Ireland every year it is so important to be aware!  I’ll also … More BOOBS!

World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day February 4th together we can make a difference!  I had cancer and thankfully through research it was curable and I beat it!!! #togetherwecan #worldcancerday #wecanican #idid World Cancer Day


Today I’m STANDING UP TO CANCER! Tonight Channel4 have a TV marathon on to raise money, showing people’s stories, tips and advise and fun/celebrity sketches. This was me in November 3 years ago, weeks after my last chemo. This was me a year later (nearly 1 year free of cancer) And another year later (nearly 2 … More STAND UP TO CANCER!!!

All clear! :)

So the date came around once again, thankfully now it’s every six months rather than 3 then 4! For the next couple of years I go to the hospital every 6 months for my haematology check ups. I hate hospitals and I’m a total needle phob! So to get through this I have to apply … More All clear! 🙂


Last week I watched a life changing documentary on BBC three – Kris: Dying to Live.  The programme was about a young girl called Kris who was diagnosed at 23 with aggressive terminal cancer.  It showed you her story, how she left it for ages before she went and got the lump in her breast checked out, too late and how now she is … More COPPAFEEL

My cancer story – Part 1 – getting to a diagnosis

This blog post is my story, I’m not writing it for attention or pity, I’m writing it to share my story, help others, help others understand and I suppose answer some people’s questions. it is perfectly normal for people to be interested in my story and any questions I will answer, I’m a very open … More My cancer story – Part 1 – getting to a diagnosis