The best viewpoints on earth (if we’re being humble).
After surgery the pain was very present, very uncomfortable, very real.
From one ostomate to another, I promise it does get better.
Bottom line, people who matter don't mind.
It is quite simply the best thing I have ever done.
Olly and I have got plenty to say about our new normal.
The hardest part of chronic illness is staying hopeful.
Not everyone copes with ostomy surgery in the same way.
Don’t let an ostomy hold you back!
Perhaps "catheter" is the new C-word?
I practically skipped into surgery.
I have four simple theories.
I am 100% open.
“Mental health is about wellness rather than illness.”
Adjusting to life as an ostomate takes time.
Wow, how lucky we are to have such amazing bodies.
I always follow the rule of share what's comfortable.
Reflections on two years of pooping out of my stomach.
Hope you didn’t mind the anatomy lesson.
I just want to be Leslie.
Exposing all of my abnormalities to the world.
Call it laziness, or call it insanity.
There are no scars to my beautiful.
Being tired all the time is hard to cope with.
Prioritize your wellness.