We're always juggling loads of different commitments or tasks, and sometimes completing them all to the best of our ability seems impossible. It can sometimes feel overwhelming, and I don't think I am alone when I say that feeling overwhelmed can often lead to a decrease in productivity and motivation. It's often when we have … Continue reading Being Productive
I'm swamped with deadlines this week so I'm posting a blog that I've had sat in my reserves folder for a while. I think I've been hesitant to post it because it's not the most juicy or interesting post, but I still think it could be really beneficial and educational for some, so enjoy! For … Continue reading Let’s make BOSS porridge.
I recently went to New York with my dad and Mat, and the famous city was even better than I remembered. The tall buildings, yummy food and endless things to do and see, I was ready for it all! One of the main things I was looking forward to was wearing some nice clothes and … Continue reading What I wore in New York
Volunteering is something I have been meaning to do for a long time. It took me a while to get started because I wasn't sure what type of volunteering I wanted to do, I wanted to make sure it was something I was passionate about and really wanted to do well in. Volunteering should make … Continue reading AGE UK VOLUNTEERING
so brave!! an amazing read
This is an extremely difficult post to write, so please bear with me, I’m definitely having doubts about publishing it. Perhaps the reason for doubt is not wanting to be labelled attention-seeking, or coming across as preachy. But actually, fuck it. If mental health can get the attention it deserves, I’d say that’s a step in the right direction – considering as many as ONE in FOUR young people suffer from some kind of mental illness.
A significant number of people tend to feel very uneasy discussing anything related to mental health, and I vividly remember a close friend telling me not to talk to anyone about it as others would not be so understanding. Initially taken back, I realised the truth behind his words. The only way we can at least lessen the stigma is to firstly acknowledge it exists and should be treated the same as physical illness…
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Now I'm not sure if many (or any) of you are aware, but for Mat's birthday my dad booked a trip for myself, dad and Mat to go back to America, but this time heading to a state that Mat has never been to..NEW YORK. I simply cannot wait to explore with them both and … Continue reading America Road Trip 2017
Just a little quick mid-week message from me, I hope your week is going well, that it's productive and positive. I was just wondering if anyone had any topics they'd like me to write about, I've got lots of ideas and many in the making, but any suggestions would be really welcome. Feel free to … Continue reading Blog post suggestions
It can be so hard to always focus on the positive, especially when it feels like the negative prevails relentlessly. Whilst I always seek the positive, I often struggle to not allow the negative to takeover, losing my rationality and thinking the whole world is against me. It's the small things that happen, that snowball … Continue reading S*** happens
Just a short one from me this week, I'm swamped with essay deadlines and so I've had to partly sacrifice this blog for a couple of weeks...stay tuned for the ones coming up in the next few weeks, I'll have much more time! Summer is officially in sight and boy am I ready for it, … Continue reading My favourite looks of the season