In the previous episode, Cat opened up about her vulnerability and how hard it is for her to ask for help and relinquish some of her independence. In this episode, Cat has invited Debra Levitt back to explore vulnerability and courage further.
Life doesn't always go as we want it to. Things happen and they can challenge how we perceive ourselves. Acknowledging this and even more, accepting it, can be hard.
Cat tells us of being in hospital, the PIP assessment, and how her foot infe
One of the things that Cat is - without a doubt - is fiercely independent. And now that independence may be limited depending on what happens with her PIP assessment. Some years ago, the government decided to replace the Disability Living Allow
In this episode, we hear Cat as she does the first 2 of a week of Facebook Live events. She talks about how Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus have impacted her life.
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Cat went to Canada for 3 months by herself at the age of 25 - on this journey, she fell in love with Vancouver and has always wanted to go back. For her 40th birthday in September and the final mile of her 365 miles in 365 days challenge, she
This week, join Cat as she is out and about in Cardiff - running some errands, introducing Michelle from Simply Sisterhood and hearing from Tracy Stanley - the principal organiser for the recent Women in Tech Cymru conference.
Cat spoke to Debra Levitt a few days after 200th milestone event at Cardiff Bay. She talks about her worries before hand, the fun of the walk itself and how it felt after the walk. The combination of almost thinking that she'd celebrated the e
Don't forget to walk or wheel a mile with Cat on Saturday, 30th March!
If you're not in the Cardiff Bay area, you can still join in. Take a picture of yourself out walking or wheeling and post it on instagram or twitter, tag Cat (@catrin1979 o
In this very first episode of Cat's Tales, Cat talks to Debra Levitt about her decision to take on a 365 mile walking challenge at a time when most people would probably feel that they had enough on their plate. At the time of speaking, Cat was