Friday, 8 July 2016

How did you find my blog?


I am currently getting about 900 views a day on my blog - I have no idea why and it would be great to know because if any of my posts have been linked to from somewhere and are turning out to be really useful then there might be more I can do?

Please can people let me know - how did you stumble across my blog?!

Thank you

Sarah xx


  1. Hi Sarah,

    I honestly can't remember how I found you - whether it was just by rummaging through google or through a linked blog - and I'm blaming chemo brain. It probably isn't of course, it's probably just my total inability to hold onto any information and utter chaotic nature but for now chemo brain will do. But I digress. I have linked you though. I put a link on the Breast Cancer Care Forum ( Hope that helps :)

  2. Hi Sarah I had just been diagnosed, was in that earl days devastated whirlwind & googled "does cold capping work?" & got your blog. I have to say reading it from start to finish helped me no end. I thought if she can get through it, then so can I. I just pop in now & again to see how you (& Rebecca) are doing. All the best with the run. You're such a star. BiBi xx

  3. Hi
    I attended a public meeting in support of the NHS last night in Stockport, and you were due to be speaking - that's how I heard about you. We were told you were poorly - I hope something like a cold or a little virus rather than anything worse. Your speech, which was read by someone else, was brilliant, so I googled to find your blog.
    Warmest wishes
    Joanna Thompson in Stockport :)

  4. Hi - I found your blog while I was googling my side effects (vile mouth and aches and pains) from docetaxel.... I have very much enjoyed reading your blog - noticed your from Leicester - as am I! Receiving my treatment at the LRI!
    Anyway - it’s informative and helpful! Love your style of writing
    Im about to have round 7 of 8 on 30 March and then surgery and radio!
    Thanks for taking the time to write
    Jen - Leicester forest east

  5. Hello and good luck for the rest of your treatment. The other bits are a walk in the park compared to chemo! And the Leicester team are lovely xx