I wrote a post a while back about not connecting with the people I had been meeting, and I decided I wanted to write a little update on that! I think the post was quite sad and I was definitely feeling quite lonely and disconnected, but things have changed! I went to Liverpool pride last … More On Connecting with People
I always find that walking is one of those things that just makes you feel a lot better when you’re in a bad situation. It’s a really good way of blowing off some steam and releasing a lot of bottled up stress and emotions. Walking isn’t going to solve all of your problems, but I … More Planning The Perfect Walk To Release Some Stress!
I’ve having one of those months, big time. Nothing is really wrong, I’ve got a lovely house that’s really coming together to be a home, a great boyfriend and family and all in all, everything is great, but I’m really sad. I’m getting anxious feelings in my chest even though theres nothing to be anxious … More I’m just sad.
We all have those days, or weeks, or sometimes even months where everything feels a bit not real and foggy and weird, and all you want is everything to stop for a second so that you can take inventory on everything thats going on and get your head around it all. These are the things … More For When You Feel Foggy
Now, I know mental health is nothing to laugh at, believe me I do, but as anyone who suffers from it will know its a case of you’re either going to laugh or cry. I choose to laugh and because of that I’ve developed a sort of sense of humour around my social anxiety. What … More Developing a sense of humour around your mental health.
This is the most exciting news I’ve had for a while, hence why I’m sharing it almost straight away! Last Thursday I popped over to Liverpool with my mum to view a house near where she lives. I hated it, it didn’t look anything like the pictures and the current tenants were still there watching … More We Found Our New Home!
If your mental health is sometimes a bit more down that it is up, then it is especially important to take good care of yourself. I make a fair amount of posts about my mental health both on here and on Instagram so regular readers should know a little bit about that part of me … More
I recently downloaded Huggle (you can go here to download it too) and I’ve been really enjoying using it so far and can’t wait to use it even more. The basic premise of Huggle is that it shows you other people who have been to the same place as you. For example, for me it … More Huggle-The Friend Making App
I love my buddy box subscription, i really do completely adore it but i only get it because i won a competition. Thats coming to an end very soon and i won’t be able to afford to buy myself a buddy box subscription so i thought i’d show you how to DIY your self a … More DIY Buddy Box/general happiness box
I got my buddy box this morning, which is a bit later than usual but i really appreciate that since i woke up to new i was hoping i wouldn’t hear. The Blurt Foundation is something i’ve spoken about before because i think its doing a great job at de-stigmatising mental health, specifically depression. I … More Buddy Box (June)