Self-Care and Well-Being

Looking After your Mental Health on Social Media

Social media, as much as it can be a beautiful thing, has a dark side. As much as many people hate to admit it, social media has a huge influence over our day to day lives, and we often spend much more time on social media than we should. I know I spend way too… Continue reading Looking After your Mental Health on Social Media

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Self-Care and Well-Being, Travel

Tips for Travelling with Anxiety

I’ve had anxiety for as long as I can remember, and over the years there have been different obstacles I’ve had to overcome; getting my first job a few years ago, getting a new job which involves regularly speaking on the phone, going on induction / training courses hours away from home on my own,… Continue reading Tips for Travelling with Anxiety

General, Self-Care and Well-Being

Summertime Hygge

Lovers of Hygge and all-things-cosy may resent the summertime just a little; having to say good-bye to cosy blankets and snug pyjamas, take a break from fireplaces and hot chocolates, and switch out fuzzy socks and warm jumpers for sandals and sundresses.    But all is not lost...

Self-Care and Well-Being

Overcoming My Anxieties

Anxiety is a tricky thing; even the smallest of things can feel like the hugest obstacle. There are so many "little" things that have caused me a massive amount of anxiety in the past - but here's a few things I've overcome!

Blogmas, Self-Care and Well-Being

Habits to Introduce in 2019

Following on from one of my recent posts, Habits to Break in 2019, I thought I'd write another post coming in from a different angle: Habits to Introduce in 2019, as one good method for breaking bad habits, is to replace them with new (and more positive) ones.