An old saying you’ve probably heard from a parent, teacher or colleague. In my mind, it’s rubbish.
But do you get back up again?
Today was not a good day. Do you ever had indescribably sh!t days? Where, from the moment you wake up to the time you are saved by the freedom of sleep, every single little thing seems to go wrong? Today was one of those days for me. I woke up exhausted thinking I must have […]
Little things make all the difference. It’s so easy to look at life negatively; it’s easy to let things get you down. It’s easy to get angry, sad, stressed… It’s easy to think that life isn’t fair. Missing a bus, burning your toast, stubbing your toe… these are all small circumstances that can ruin your […]
‘Seize the day, in the face of inevitable death’ Hello hello hello. I hope you’re well. This past month has been full of ups and downs and tears and laughter and all the other cliché things that make up this crazy thing called life.
This is a very personal post. A few days ago, I ended a relationship. I ended one relationship which broke my heart. I did this to start a new relationship; a relationship with myself. Being in a relationship was fun, exciting, fulfilling and happy but I realised that I was using this relationship as a […]
Sometimes, my brain gets too full. There are too many people to please, too many jobs to complete, too many things to clean up, too many worries, too much PRESSURE – it feels like I’m going to explode! I get overwhelmed quite easily and often have to rationalise the situation and realise that it’s not […]
‘Travelling: It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.’ I recently returned from a beautiful getaway in Rome where it was 24 degrees and I ate my body-weight in gelato. Travelling for me has always had it’s ups and downs – I love to adventure and explore the world but being in new […]
I always want to say sorry. When someone that you know or love has a mental illness, it can be really hard on both of you. I am well aware of this. I know that my anxiety can make other people stressed, as if it is infectious. Depression is the same – if I am […]
You only get one life. As much as I despised the ‘YOLO’ trend, I have to admit that the message behind this acronym is a really important one. Who knows what happens when we die (there’s a whole other post to be written about that) but, as far as we do know, you only live […]