Well, I’m back in the land of the living! It has been a rather interesting and uncomfortable 10 days or so, it started with a bowel obstruction on Sunday night, that was uncomfortable enough as it was. I usually have obstructions last approximately 5-6 hours then a days worth of aches, like I’ve been kicked by […]
This is just some of what we get up to Do you fancy spending some time outdoors? Bushcraft… MicroAdventure… Wild Camping… Guided Walks…Reap the health benefits boost your mood, invigorate your mind and feed from those endorphins.Reap the health benefits boost your mood, invigorate your mind and feed from those endorphins. Don’t worry, we […]
Nature offers one of the most reliable boosts to your physical and mental well-being. Here are just a few potential benefits: Vitamin D This is perhaps the most obvious reason to get outside, but often the most overlooked. The sun is capable of supplying us with the majority of vitamin D that our body […]
A week or so ago I was asked by Clare from the Colostomy Association to write a guest blog post for their website. The subject was getting outdoors with an ostomy, helping to show how getting outdoors can be accessible for people with a stoma despite preconceptions they might have. Wild […]
You would think time outdoors is an ostomates worst nightmare
You would think that spending time outdoors is an ostomates worst nightmare… away from pouch supplies, bathroom facilities and a comfortable space. To be honest it can be the complete opposite, providing you are organised then there is no reason not to enjoy the great outdoors. Wild-camping in the middle
I’m a little late to the party, not just fashionably late but even the host has gone to bed… I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in 2001 and blogging never even entered my mind, at the time I didn’t know anyone else with an Inflammatory Bowel Disease.