21 Life Lessons

  It’s my Twenty-Second birthday tomorrow, which makes today my last day being 21. The magical 21 was one I couldn’t wait for. I try to remember why I felt so excited and I think it was the prospect of being taken seriously by adults. Technically I am an adult, I am a parent as […]

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Author Interview with Ella Wolfe

Ella Wolfe is the author of ‘Moonlit Tragedy’, the first installment in the ‘Prey is by Night’ series. Moonlit Tragedy follows Serena who has her normal world thrown upside when all her female relatives in her family are being killed. She knows her time is coming but she is unaware of who is after her. […]

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Study Tips and Techniques.

I’ve started studying again. After spending 4 years straight in College after High School, I told myself I wouldn’t ever study again. I was wrong. Now that I am studying again, I thought I’d share some tips and techniques about studying and show you some things I find really useful to use whilst I study. […]

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Nadiya: Anxiety and Me – Documentary Review

I was recommended by a friend that I should watch the BBC Documentary Nadiya: Anxiety and Me. I thought I’d give it a watch and see if any of it would be useful for me as a sufferer of Anxiety and that I would write a review on it too. Nadiya Hussain is a TV […]

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Finding A Diagnosis (Interview) – Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (7/7)

  As part of Mental Health Awareness week, I was very grateful to be approached by Erica who agreed to answer some questions and share her story into getting diagnosed with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).   Erica is an inspiration to myself, and I am very proud of how […]

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Self Care – Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (6/7)

Today I’d like to talk to you about Self care and how it benefits your mental health. What is Self-Care? Self-care is beneficial to everybody whether you are a mental ill health sufferer or not. Self-care by definition is ‘the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health.’ Self Care is broken […]

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Mindfulness – Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (5/7)

What does it mean to be Mindful? Being ‘mindful’ is simply to be conscious or aware of something. To be mindful is to be focused on the present which can be very therapeutic and good to get back in touch with what’s going on around you. Being Mindful is being able to observe your surroundings […]

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My Blog and Me – Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (4/7)

This blog post was a rather emotional awakening for me. I have realized a lot since this encounter and I’d love it if you could all remain sensitive to the fact that this is a big deal for me. Although it may not be for you.ย  This blog post wasn’t planned at all, I was […]

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Understanding Mental Health – Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (3/7)

It’s Mental Health Awareness week and I have planned and written a post for each and every day! Today I will be talking about what mental health is and how it affects people. Here is a photograph of my 4-year-old Amelia and the sign we have made to help raise awareness for Mental Health Week […]

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Body Image – Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (1/7)

2019’s Mental Health Awareness week topic this year is Body Image. Today I’m going to talk to you about what ‘Body Image’ is and tell youย  ‘My Body Image Story’. So what is Body Image? Body Image by definition is a person’s perception of the aesthetics of their physical appearance. It is basically the way […]

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