Today is World Mental Health Day. It is a day, recognised by the World Health Organisation on the 10th of October, and usually has a theme attached to it. This … Continue reading World Mental Health Day: Have my antidepressants stopped working?!
Recently, I was looking through some of the writings I’d made throughout my world travels. Today I went for lunch with my Grandma, I haven’t seen her in SO long … Continue reading A message to my Grandad from Gili T, Indonesia
I held myself tightly under the shower desperately trying to stop myself from shaking as the water soaked my hair and mixed with my tears. I couldn’t feel my arms. … Continue reading It’s just you
I’ve thought long and hard about the best way to write this for MS Awareness Week. Do I write facts? An account on how you’ve affected my life? Do I … Continue reading MS AWARENESS WEEK: The 5 Things MS Has Taught Me
Looking at me, I don’t think you would assume I ever suffered from an eating disorder. In fact, looking at me and judging me at face value, I would assume … Continue reading The Post Lockdown ‘Lose the pounds’ Phase – Why I’m Refusing To Listen
2020 New Year Realisations
As we start the countdown to New Year’s Eve 2020 (oh the joy), I’ve realised how anxious I’ve become since we heard the announcement that London was being thrown into … Continue reading My Mental Health Journey in Tier 4 Restrictions
HELLO LOCKDOWN MY OLD FRIEND. What an entire sh*tshow 2020 has been. There’s no beating around the bush here – it’s been dire. As if a world ravaged by a … Continue reading 5 Things Which May Make Lockdown Less Intense
I didn’t think I’d be celebrating World Mental Health Day in lockdown. Here’s how I went from travelling the world to starting therapy in the UK during a pandemic
Hey you! How are you doing? It’s been a rough ride hasn’t it? I for one, can’t believe we’re in October and this sh*tshow is still happening. I mean, as … Continue reading My TOP 8 Netflix Shows For An Endorphin Hit
Returning home from backpacking the world has been the hardest thing I’ve had to do, here’s why.
Grief took me backpacking around the world and I’ve written a letter to my Grandad expressing how hard it’s been without him