Anxiety: An ongoing journey

This week is Mental Health Week and I decided that it was time to revisit a topic that I used to talk about a lot more. Anxiety. You might think that the reason I haven’t written about it for a while is because I no longer struggle with it, or that it no longer plays a large role in my life. But that is not the truth.

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The fall, and rise of sisterhood

A few years ago, if someone mentioned the phrase ‘sisterhood’ to me I would recoil and roll my eyes - finding it way to ‘woo woo’ and ‘out there’ for my very practical, and in truth - judgemental - self. And perhaps you are in a similar space right now, perhaps even the fact that the word is in the title is putting you off reading any further. But I urge you - if that is coming up for you it is even more reason for you to read on…

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The ultimate winter self care...

At this time of year we are often bombarded with tips and advice on how to ‘survive’ the winter months. Articles on how we can get through it, how to combat the germs flying around, how to be happier and healthier and still keep all our sh*t together during the colder weather and darker days. What to eat, when to eat, and what vitamins we need to have. It can be pretty overwhelming!

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Going YOUR own way

I am all for sharing our lessons and the things that help and support us, that is one of the reasons I have created this blog and my Podcast, but I feel that any person of influence has a responsibility to encourage people to experience things in their own way, without being made to feel that there is a 'right' or 'wrong' way to go through something.

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What I wish I learned...

When I was at school I remember two distinct times that periods were discussed. At primary school, when we were sat in a hall all together and the at secondary school when the focus was on not getting pregnant, contraception and STDs. Those were the only times anyone mentioned periods to me during my educational years…

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