23 Things I’ve Learned in 23 Years

I am officially 23, a seemingly unimportant birthday, I have been reflecting on things that I have learnt in my insignificant time on this earth. 2019 has been a year of growth, I have gained a better understanding of myself and my values and I have tried hard to self-improve. I thought I would share […]

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The Conspiracy Palette

The Conspiracy palette was launched on the 1st November, so this post might seemingly be a little outdated. However, I wanted to have the time to play with the palette and really give my thoughts. If like me, you were absolutely gripped to every episode of ‘The Beautiful Life of Jeffree Star’ on Shane Dawson’s […]

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Mental Health at Christmas

Almost everybody has an opinion on Christmas, it’s a bit like Marmite… You love it or you hate it. Personally, I love Christmas and everything that comes with it, however, I do find it overwhelming. The added pressures of spending money, fitting everything into a schedule and ensuring you are keeping everybody happy. I sat […]

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Hello December

December has come around so quickly and soon it will be Christmas and onto 2020. I am one day late to the party but I am going to try and partake in blogmas this year, maybe not every day but I will certainly try to post as frequently as I can.  What is Blogmas? Blogmas is […]

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Stop Using Self Care To Sell Me Stuff

If I see another advertisement of a candle with the caption ‘self care essential’ I am going to lose my sh*t. Self-care can be key when it comes to improving mental health and getting through those stressful times and it appears in many different ways. It has been something that has gained more and more […]

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Staying Organised

What do you do to make your life a little more planned? Comment below!

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#WorldMentalHealthDay

Today is World Mental Health Day and I wanted to write a blog post about the CALMtown initiative, set up by the former mayor, Tim Drye, pub landlord Phil Pope and Methodist minister Matt Finch. The ‘campaign against living miserably’ campaign aims to address all aspects of mental health and well-being and I first came […]

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Race for Life Pretty Muddy

I put together this quick video from the Pretty Muddy Race for Life for Cancer Research UK! We all got very muddy but had a great time and raised some money for charity. Thank you to everyone who donated, I hope you enjoy the video!

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Guest Post

This post is a little different from my usual content! Nathan Brown has written a guest post below on the concept of popularity and the effects it can have on mental health and well being. I hope you enjoy! Popularity… what is it good for? Absolutely nothing! We all grow up. That much is certain. […]

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Hello October

Autumn in the UK is just about creeping in, it’s getting a few degrees colder, it’s darker earlier and October is almost upon us! It’s definitely my favourite season, it’s the best of both worlds, as you still get some nice days but you can get your cosy knitwear and blankets out of storage for […]

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