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Today is Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday) & I always count my lucky stars that thanks to my stoma, it is a day I can now enjoy and not dread. In the stoma world, we can also speak of pancaking, which isn't so tempting or enjoyable! To read more about this, you can check out my blog post I wrote in 2020 here.
Get To Know Comfizz Customers - #GetToKnowYourCustomersDay
January 20th is #GetToKnowYourCustomersDay. As a long-standing Comfizz customer myself, I’m sure you have read by now how much I love Comfizz products. In this post, I wanted to talk to other Comfizz customers, get to know a bit about them & what their favourite Comfizz product is & why. Thank you to those of you who reached out to me over on Instagram to get involved in this blog post.
5 ways Comfizz Supportwear helps me
Because Comfizz supportwear come in different levels, there is a product level perfect for varying levels of activity. I wear level 1(light support) as you can find here most days under my outfits. This gives me that added peace of mind that my abdomen is more supported as I go about my day to day life.
#NationalWildlifeDay - Enjoying the outdoors with a stoma
September 4th is #NationalWildlifeDay so I thought I would take this opportunity to talk to you about how my relationship with the outdoors has changed since my stoma surgery in 2011. Rewind to pre 2011 & pre surgery Especially when flaring with Crohn's Disease, I experienced...
Men's Health Week: Living with IBD and/or a stoma
Men's Health Week has nearly come to an end (14th - 20th June). Obviously from my blog posts here with Comfizz, you read a lot about how life is for me as a female with IBD and a stoma. It's widely known that women often seem to be a lot more forthcoming in talking our their struggles & experiences in general, let alone with something so personal, so it's been really nice to hear from Neil, Andy, Lee, Sean & Keith about their experiences. Thank you so much guys for being so open & sharing your stories & tips.