Thursday, 24 March 2016

Petition Update



This is just a quick update today.  As you all know I am putting together a petition that will be submitted to the Scottish Parliament in May.  The Cumbernauld News published the article in yesterday's edition and today it also went onto their website.  As promised here is the link to the article.


I would like to thank everyone for their continued support and I will keep you updated on any further developments.

Sunday, 20 March 2016

The Next Big Step



The above picture was taken July 2013, the day one of my dreams came true, I met my idol Shane Filan. I love his voice and he is such a genuinely lovely down to earth guy. Yes I was realllyyy nervous meeting him for the first time but it was totally worth the wait. Fast forward to today and here I am sitting writing this post with tears in my eyes, yet again filled with nerves.

Friday, 18 March 2016

How to Create an Online Shop for Stay-at-Home Mums




Are you a stay-at-home mum who has a burning ambition to start your own online business? If so, it has never been so easy to set up a fully-functioning e-commerce store. Below are some of the main factors you should consider, before you create your own online store.

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

My Petition To The Scottish Parliament.



I thought it was time for an update on what I had been up to recently.  Last week we went to the Model Rail Exhibition at the Glasgow SECC.  I had won tickets for the event and along with that I won a limited edition "The Railway Children" train set.  Sadly the next day we all ended up with a horrible tummy bug. Ahh the joys of having children at school and nursery, they bring home all the germs!  There is one big step I have taken and that is the petition I plan on submitting to the Scottish Parliament in May.

Friday, 4 March 2016

Joint Pain Hub



Osteoarthritis (OA) affects millions of people in the UK, with one third of the population aged over 45 having sought treatment for the condition. The prevalence of OA is also thought to be on the rise, and Arthritis Research UK estimate that by 2035, 8.3 million people in the UK could have OA of the knee- one of the most commonly affected joints.