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  • Taking risks with invisible illnesses

    Taking risks with invisible illnesses

    Over the past few weeks as I’ve started my new job, I’ve been talking to people about the realities of managing risk when you’re busy micro-managing everything else in your existence. When you have a hidden disability or invisible illness, it can feel like you’re constantly working on  the balance between being functional enough to […] Read more

  • The Hornet’s Nest

    The Hornet’s Nest

    How do we safely create work about our demons without feeding them? Read more

  • Life after anxiety: 10 observations from the other side

    Life after anxiety: 10 observations from the other side

    I’ve been talking a lot about how I’m largely anxiety free now, for the first time in my life as I remember it. It has been incredibly freeing, but I’ve also realised I have given no context to what I mean by that. What am I free from? What remains? Is there anything that I […] Read more

  • 10 honest thoughts about chronic illness and going it alone.

    10 honest thoughts about chronic illness and going it alone.

    (This post was first published on Medium on 24/01/2017) I’ve had a chronic illness for a few years now. I’ve read dozens of articles about life with the debilitating effects of chronic illness and hidden disability. When you’re bed bound for long periods of time, sometimes all you can do is try and reach out […] Read more


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