Autumn’s weather can be unpredictable and sometimes a little disappointing, however that does not have to stop you from enjoying a date (or two!). Those cold, dark nights are the perfect romantic backdrop for a relationship to blossom. The cold weather brings about thoughts of cozying up on the sofa with blankets, hot tipples and […]Read More Autumn Date Ideas (AD)
It’s safe to say that here in England we’ve had a rather rubbish summer and I think it’s been the same for most of the world. Summer is my favourite season for a number of reasons. I enjoy the sun and sitting outside for ten minutes reading a book is a real treat, in addition […]Read More A month of self care
This month has been extremely stressful with lots of appointments and another project that I’m working on – I’ll tell you about that soon when I know for sure that it’s happening. My favourites this month have all been things to help me unwind and cope with the stress (yes, food helps me cope with […]Read More July 2019 monthly favourites
I hit 1,000 followers this week!! I wanted to thank you all so much for your support ❤️ Starting this blog was one of the best decisions I have ever made and I’ve had the opportunity to meet some lovely people. Thank you all so much! Instagram Twitter Pinterest XOXORead More 1,000 followers!
Our holiday to Spain feels like a lifetime ago now. You may have already seen my post on how I found the flight there and back. Thankfully I was able to relax for some of the holiday. I decided that I spend my life setting myself goals in an attempt to control my anxiety, however […]Read More An Anxious Holiday in Spain
On a previous post I asked if anyone would like to read a post on why my anxiety prevents me from eating out and lots of you said you would love to read about it. As I’m sure you’ve heard me say countless times; my anxiety prevents me from being able to eat out. I tend […]Read More Why eating out makes me anxious
Around Christmas time we went to Bath, I had dreams of getting lots of quaint pictures of the Christmas Market and writing a blog post all about what an amazing time we had had. Unfortunately, on that weekend it seemed the entire world had decided to also visit Bath. It was ridiculously busy and my […]Read More An Anxious Trip To Bath
Panic attacks present themselves in all different shapes and forms. Everyone’s experience with a panic attack differs. On Bank Holiday Monday I experienced my worst panic attack of this year. I thought I’d tell you a little bit about what triggered it and how it made me feel.Read More What does a panic attack feel like?
Talking about your mental health can be really difficult, but for some people it can also be really helpful. It can help you just to tell people how you’re feeling, to create a support network, to assist you in getting the help you need or even just to help someone understand what you’re going through. […]Read More Helping Others Understand Your Mental Health Problems
Here in the UK we have just had a four day weekend thanks to Easter! For me it means extra time with my boyfriend and our families. This is a very honest account of how my Easter weekend progressed. I hope that if you also struggled with your mental health during the period then you […]Read More Easter weekend – Mental health struggles