Creating a YouTube channel

By far one of the scariest things I have ever done… But equally something I’ve set out to do every year for the past few years. So having finally plucked up the courage… My first upload went live… In the same week I also featured in collaboration on another YouTube channel, and two weeks later published my second video.

Whilst I love writing, it’s a little less personal and I’m not able to properly capture certain moments, as well as I can with a camera.

I decided to document my journey to fourth surgery, and share it with the world. If my journey, story or voice can help others, then I feel its my duty to share.

I know younger me would have so appreciated it!

So, in the interest of sharing I have two videos currently live and a collaboration on another channel. All linked below.

1) Surgery during a global pandemic

2) Get to know me and my chronic illnesses. Including Endo, Fibromyalgia and Hypermobility.

3) Project Invisible, Be Kind part 2. On Beth’s YouTube channel.

I hope you learn a little more by watching these videos. If you can like, subscribe and let me know what you would like to see in future videos – that would be a huge support.


Scouse Spoonie


Previous blog posts.

My Endometriosis Miracle… I’m pregnant!

Firstly Happy New Year Guys and thank you for finding your way back to here! If you follow me on Instagram or Youtube, you may already have seen my miraculous news; but here’s a special blog post going in depth about my life (because that’s what I do here) and the story behind my miracle…

Surgery during a global pandemic, thanks Endo!

As we know, for 2020 I’d agreed to have a surgery free year … unless surgery was essential. At the start of 2020, that was my vision – to have time away from surgery and start to build my body and strength back up. As we know, life has a funny way of not going…

“But you don’t look sick” Kellie’s Story

Name:  Kellie  Your Invisible illness(es):  I have Bacterial Meningitis, also Epilepsy and Depression. Explain about your journey and how long a diagnosis took: I was diagnosed with Bacterial Meningitis when I was 10 weeks old, Epilepsy at 12 and Depression in 2016. I guess I should start at the beginning of my story, when I…

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