So it’s been a little while since my last post in December 2015, and a lot has changed since then!
As those of you who followed my blog or knew me from Brussels may recall, I returned to the UK to work for the NHS at the start of 2016. I started work in oncology (cancer care), and then covered gastroenterology, surgery and critical care. I really enjoyed all these specialities, and my days were very different to how they were in Brussels. It was lovely to work in a close team and a hospital environment again.
All through this time my intention was to start the blog up again, with the aim of promoting what dietitians do in an acute environment, but I never got round to it as my personal life has also been very busy…
As well as setting up home in the UK and all the life admin that comes along with that and buying a house, I’ve also got engaged and had a baby! I’m currently on maternity leave and the wedding is planned for later this year 😀
Moral of the story is we can’t always do everything we would like to or set out to, and it’s okay to sometimes have to put things on the back-burner for a little while.
Anyway, upcoming posts are likely to come from more of a motherly slant as I learn about how to balance a healthy lifestyle with being a mum! Perhaps with some more acute-based dietetics too as I read dietetic magazines to my newborn!
Here goes then….
It’s good to be back!!