We all have our off days, and for years I’d ran on stress and adrenaline alone, I was making myself ill. It was all one big ‘off day’. There were days of repreve however, days where I felt unbeatable and genuinely happy with my anxiety not ruining a damn thing for me. My life was […]Read More Good/Bad and nothing much in between
Strap in folks, your in for a long blog post all about treating yourself right! This will cover a few things, from the way your negative/anxious thoughts affect you to the whole #bodypositive hype (in search of a better word) All in all this post is about making sure you treat yourself right so that […]Read More That hashtag, #bodypositive.
In the age were the internet is so vast and can connect so many different people over social media, it’s no suprise that most people have at least one friend/relationship started online. Then you have those who use the Internet to maintain a friendship after parting ways. Last year, over instagram I became friends with […]Read More These Far Away Friendships.
Today I thought I’d write about my most favourite quotes. Yes, I am that person who absolutely loves quotes, I find some of them to be very inspiring, relatable and motivational, I love that aspect of quotes. This post might not be everyone’s cup of tea but for those of you who are reading, I […]Read More The quotes on paper
As I write this, I’m curled up in front of ‘Modern Family’ with a hot water bottle and anxiously/tiredly eating apple and rasin weetabix alonside a huge mug of tea (the weetabix are nice I swear). I’ve just finished making plans for the coming weeks and researching courses that I could do alongside working and […]Read More A momentary lapse
Baking, part of one of my many self care routines and something I enjoy doing in general is a great passtime and hobby to pick up! I spend a lot of time browsing and finding ideas and recipes to try and this is a lovely simple one I found that uses one of my most […]Read More Recipe – vegan peanut butter fingers
The truth is with mental illness that sometimes you can take all your medication, try to think positively about your situation and do absolutely everything you’ve been told to do, and everything will still just feel completely and utterly awful. It’s pure helplessness wrapped up in mental overdrive. Your brain then goes into complete overdrive […]Read More Struggling with self care?