January hasn't gone to plan so far. I didn't want the year to start this way. I had a really good year last year and I wanted to carry that momentum into this year and continue with the positivity but it hasn't played out like that. I feel like everyone has already settled into 2018.… Continue reading Is January really the best month for change?
Moving out is stressful enough. Moving to live with strangers is even more daunting. I have managed to move in with strangers four times (once was unplanned thanks to the bathroom ceiling falling in, thank you landlord for that solid foundation) so these are things I have done in order to make the whole process… Continue reading How to survive living with strangers
I'll be honest, this post is inspired by quite a few things. Recently, I read 'The Year of Living Danishly' by Helen Russell, which basically explores Danish culture and what makes them the happiest nation. One thing that seemed to contribute was having a strong work-life balance. That you don't need to put pressure on… Continue reading You’re doing enough
It's about time my favourite person got a whole post dedicated to him and his half birthday is a pretty good excuse to write about him. Spencer Clayton, my favourite human to ever exist, was born on the 14th September 2016 at 6:08am and weighed 5lbs 2oz. It wasn't the most ideal scenario as he… Continue reading Happy half birthday!
Loving. Loyal. Caring. Patient. Selfless. These are all words that have been used to describe mums. But others around you may not use the same adjectives to describe you. Boring is a word that gets thrown about from time to time; normally when you have to decline drinks for the third time in a row.… Continue reading Did having a baby make me boring?
In this post, I mentioned that one of my regrets about university was choosing the wrong degree so I thought I would talk about what it is like and how to get out of it. I'll start with background information,because, you know, we are all nosy people. Or is it nosey. Can someone please answer… Continue reading I chose the wrong degree
I don't do resolutions. I always thought if I wanted to change something, i would do it. Ridiculous because I am literally the laziest person ever. However, last year I decided to change that. I made a list of goals I wanted to achieve in 2016 and tbh, I done most of it. I found… Continue reading 2017 goals
I'm trying to be more positive on a daily basis. Normally when I reflect on things, I tend to remember the bad. So this post is a reminder that good things did happen this year. Also, I like reading posts like this as I get to be nosy in an acceptable way. January- So my year… Continue reading A year in review
According to a recent article, good mental health and being in a relationship are the key to happiness. No one tell Brad this because I might actually have to be nice to him for like half an hour. (spoiler: I'm normally nice, I just like to appear heartless.) This article stuck with me though and I… Continue reading ‘The key to happiness’
There has always been some controversy regarding how to overcome depression.Hashtags such as #JustGoForAWalk , which are seemingly 'helpful', are actually harmful to people with depression. Yes, walking does boost endorphins, which is obviously beneficial but when you feel that you physically cannot get out of bed, this is not something you want to hear.… Continue reading Things that may help you through a bad mental health day