There is no denying the fact that the blogging scene these days is HUGE. With that growth we've seen so many bloggers reach the dizzying heights of celebrity and wealth all from typing away on their laptops in the privacy of their own bedrooms and it's incredible but I will never be one of them. … Continue reading Why I’ll Never Be A Successful Blogger (And I’m OK With That)
Intuitive Eating seems to have become a new buzz phrase on the Internet with people using it alongside tags such as "Flexible Dieting" or "If it fits my macros", or my personal favourite "I eat intuitively while doing intermittent fasting". It seems that most people don't know what intuitive eating really is. I've decided to … Continue reading Intuitive Eating – The Ins And Outs
Autumn has arrived and winter is just around the corner. The nights are getting longer and the days are getting shorter. Like a lot of people at this time of year my energy levels dip and my mental health deteriorates. In order to attempt to counteract this I'm embarking on a weight-neutral health kick and … Continue reading Winter Health Kick
I ran a twitter poll a couple of weeks ago asking what people wanted me to write about and going back on the pill won out. CW: This post will touch on a few issues that people may be sensitive to including weight and mental health. It seems that the current trend is coming off … Continue reading Going Back On The Pill
Before writing this post I went to the polls (would have been topical if I'd written this post on time) and had a bit of a debate with a couple of people regarding the question do you think that your mental health slips first or your self care. For me it's a no-brainer, my mental … Continue reading What Comes First, Poor Mental Health or Poor Self Care?
TW/CW - emetophobia, anxiety, panic attacks Recently I've been looking in to treating my emetophobia. My generalised anxiety/stress has reached a point where the only solution is likely to be medication that I won't take due to my phobia. As a result the only logical solution is to deal with the phobia. If only things … Continue reading Thoughts on Getting Help For Emetophobia
The last day of May has arrived and here in Aberdeen it is feeling particularly summery. It's been a funny old month for me personally, professionally and in my blogging life. I feel like I've packed a year's worth of ups and downs into one month and I will be glad to see the back … Continue reading Goodbye May, Hello Summer
I'm writing this post as a reminder to everyone who is struggling at the moment - It's ok give up. It's ok to fail. It's ok to admit that you are overwhelmed and need a break. The irony that I'm posting this so I don't fail in the challenge I set myself to blog every … Continue reading It’s OK To Need A Break
I've been meaning to write a post about this for ages and a conversation this morning was the kick up the butt I needed to make it happen. So the big question is why is it so hard to make friends as an adult? For the longest time I thought maybe it was just me. … Continue reading Where are all the friendly adults at?
The #TBRathon is the "to be read" readathon hosted by the loved Taryn from Sunlitlibrary or Novel Paradise Blog. Like most people I have a to be read pile that if stacked up would probably be twice my height so from 27th May through to 2nd June the aim of the game is to read … Continue reading What is the #TBRathon & Why am I taking part?