Monday 29th July – I’ve had a lot on my mind recently and it’s making it difficult for me to sleep. My mind races with thoughts and conjures up a million different outcomes to each scenario. Last night I got to sleep at 3am and so unsurprisingly I felt quite rubbish today. I stuck to my plans […]Read More Weekly Update 29th July – 2nd August
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!
I’ve had a really stressful and anxious couple of weeks and have noticed that it has taken a physical toll on me. There’s often a distinction between mental health and physical health, however those of us that suffer from either know that the line between them is often blurred. I’ve particularly noticed over the last […]Read More How does mental health impact our physical health?
Anxiety has a number of ways of physically impacting on our bodies. I often find that when I’m feeling anxious my stomach is the first physical sign. I suffer from stomach cramps, gas, bloating and indigestion. My stomach just generally feels really painful and fragile. A little while ago I tweeted asking you what you […]Read More 5 Tips to help an anxious stomach
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?
I was recently given the opportunity to write a post for MsMono. MsMono is an award-winning production company. We tell bold and original female centred stories and our goal is to increase female representation within the film and TV Industry. I spoke about my mental health and how it has affected my view of female […]Read More Empowerment For All (MsMono Guest Post)
Some weeks I sail through them, others I just generally find really difficult. This week was a difficult one. There’s no particular reason why it was a difficult one, in fact I had a really good week but for some reason I struggled. Do you ever get weeks like that? I’m glad that it’s over […]Read More Weekly Mental Health and Outfit Update (29th April -5th May)
As someone who suffers from anxiety and mental health problems I am always eager to find different ways to distract my brain. I have found that crafting offers the perfect form of escapism. Crafting keeps your hands and your mind busy, allowing you to immerse yourself in the present. It is a calming and rewarding […]Read More Crafting with Anxiety (AD)
My partner has family who live in North Wales and so we get to visit quite often. I absolutely adore it up there, it’s so beautiful and such a different pace of life to down south. Each time we visit I hope to show you little bit more of what North Wales has to offer. […]Read More North Wales (Criccieth and Barmouth)
Saturday 6th April – I ticked off one of my goals for April today (you can find my post here to read about my goals for April). It was pouring down with rain but I was not about to let that stop me from seeing some lambs – much to everyone’s annoyance. My partner and […]Read More Weekly update (6th-12th April)