Georgina Tomsett-Rowe developed an atypical Functional Neurological Disorder in May 2016.

Previously a secondary school teacher, Georgina left teaching in 2017 and is delighted to still be able to use her knowledge of the UK school system through supporting students with chronic illnesses in their exams and approaching schools and universities. She is passionate about supporting others, particularly children and young adults, and created this site to provide help to those dealing with the management of chronic illnesses and invisible disabilities.

"I consider myself incredibly lucky to have had such a phenomenal support network whilst learning to live with a chronic illness, and luckier still to have met some incredible people through this condition. Whilst these few years have been incredibly difficult, it is important to recognise the opportunities this has afforded me. Out of every negative comes a positive and these people and experiences have taught me how to live my Life Without Limits."

In every day, there are 1,440 minutes. That means we have 1,440 daily opportunities to make a positive impact.
— Les Brown