Today’s guest blogger is Christy. She describes herself as “33, married with a dog”. Christy blogs about her life post-transplant at The Adventures of Betty the Kidney, and she can be found on Twitter at @ChristyMillarUK. I have been a CKD patient for twelve years now, and I have blogged for nine of those years. I […]
Today Brett is my guest blogger. He’s a Scottish guy in Wales and is an amazing example of what can grow out of volunteering, because he managed to get a job as a result of his experience! You can follow him on Twitter @Brettnay69. My voluntary work started with me being part of young adults […]
Today’s guest blogger is Sarah. Sarah is a transplant recipient and has been involved in lots of volunteering and fundraising for various groups and charities since she was a young child. She has spent time as a Trustee for Live Life Give Life and has since started her own organisation, Share Your Wishes, which aims […]
Since I wrote about how volunteering has empowered me to take ownership of my medical circumstances and use them for something positive, a few of you have said you’ve been thinking about doing something similar. This week is Volunteers’ Week, so I thought I would hand this blog over to some other fabulous people and […]
This post is Part 5 in a series based on a presentation I recently did. The rest of the posts can be found here. The longer I have been a renal patient and have got to know a very broad cross-section of our little “renal world”, the more motivated I’ve become to want to do […]
I’m Holly. Billy the Kid is my transplanted kidney.