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
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
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!
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.
First of all, what is 'Hygge'? Hygge is often described as a Danish word which translates more into a feeling as opposed to an exact English word. That feeling is a sense of coziness and comfort, with feelings of wellness and contentment.
The Christmas / New Year period can be hectic, and so I thought it would be a good idea to put some goals in place in order to stay on track, and get me in the mindset for New Years Resolutions.
Blogtober 2018 As much as I love and enjoy the Autumn, it can certainly take a toll on my mood. I'm sure the feeling is mutual for many people, and so I wanted to share five ways you can boost your mood during the Autumn season. Become a Morning Person As the days get shorter… Continue reading 5 Ways to Boost your Mood this Fall
Self-Care is a phrase often thrown around without much thought into what it truly means. I reached out to my Twitter followers and did my own research to find out what self-care really is, and what people think of it.
My mental health is something I have been dealing with for as long as I can remember. Starting the conversation can often be one of the hardest parts - but once it's out in the open, it's much easier to handle.
Disclaimer: I am not intending to put anyone off antidepressants / Sertraline, nor am I recommending them, I am simply writing a post about my own personal experience.