InStyle Magazine

In 2017  I was asked by the team at Instyle to write about my experience of hyperemesis gravidarum. Click here to read the article on their website or keep scrolling down… ***** I Suffer From Hyperemesis Like Kate Middleton—And This Is What It’s Really Like I was sat on the bathroom floor, having just been sick, when a BBC news alert buzzed on my phone in my pocket: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Are Expecting Their Third Child.” ‘How the hell are you doing this for a third time, Kate?’ I thought, as I staggered back to bed. I’m currently 31 weeks pregnant with …

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Debut Magazine

In March 2016, I wrote a small feature for Debut magazine about redundancy and how it set me onto a new, and more positive, path in life. Click here to read the original piece or scroll below… ***** Relish Your Redundancy In the modern work world, it’s becoming more and more common to hear that employees are being made redundant. Whether you’re the Vice President or an entry level assistant, it seems no one is safe from the R word. But how do you deal with it, without completely losing the plot, and going into panic mode? Further more how …

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International Business Times

In November 2015, I was invited by the lovely team at the International Business Times to share my experience of pregnancy, hyperemesis gravidarum and travelling on the Tube in London. Click here to read the full article (and to vote in their poll) or keep scrolling down… ***** Why I gave up wearing my Baby on Board badge on the Tube A man asked a pregnant woman who was wearing a Baby on Board badge “Where is the baby?” after she asked for a seat on the Tube on 28 October (2015). I’m curious to know how he was expecting Raayan Zafar …

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The Independent

In April 2015, I was kindly invited to write about my experience of hyperemesis gravidarum by The Independent. You can read the full article here or below… ***** No wonder 1,000 women a year are getting abortions because of extreme morning sickness. When I was suffering, my doctor said it would ‘cure’ me For nine months my life was hell, and yet I received almost no support from the NHS Twenty-two weeks: a point in my pregnancy I will never forget. Vomiting up to 20 times a day. Three admissions to hospital. Signed off work for weeks. I was dizzy, …

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