Fighting Diabetes One Sugar at a Time

Hey! Friends! I’m so excited to share my new T-shirt collection with you. The “Fighting Diabetes One Sugar At A Time” T-shirt, was created to spread and raise awareness for Diabetes. It aims to include those who want to learn more about the condition, give thanks to those who tirelessly support and stand by us…

It’s all Diabetes at the end of the day!

Feel free to add to the list. Just remember friend’s, stay determined, be positive and don’t let diabetes stop you from being able to do the things you want to do. Yes, it’s a challenge, but you are more than capable of overcoming it. Struggle through it and you’ll soon discover how much stronger you…

When I became a featured artist for VIDA

Recently, I was contacted by a company called VIDA, after they saw my artwork on my blog and on Instagram, they asked me if I’d like to collaborate with them and design my very own fashion apparel. I was completely excited, what an opportunity! I was going to be able to showcase my artwork, design…

Positivity Jar

Diabetes living is undeniably a struggle. It’s relentless and arduous in every sense. This life-long illness’ is far from enjoyable. Many may say that diabetes does not define them, which is true. However, what is also true, is that it will always be present and  looming in the shadows. It’s almost like a force that…

Change is Inevitable

When you are first faced with a diagnosis of diabetes, it’s a very hard process to come to terms with. The realisation that this condition is now with you for the rest of your life, is indeed a very tough thing to confront. Many emotions such as, anger, denial, and self-pity are but a few…

Manchester my home town

There are other sides to me besides my diabetes one of the things I love is photography. I wanted to share some of the pictures I’ve taken of my home town.      

Get creative with diabetes #3 – This is to the mum’s

  This is a shout out to us “the diabetic mums” The mum’s who live each day in constant turmoil with this ever so perplexing condition, The mum’s who carried you for nine months, Stressed about their sugars, Concerned that they may swing too low or too high, Ever so fearful for their unborn child….