Admittedly, moving to Edinburgh on the week of my period was a bad idea. I felt way more emotions than I otherwise would. I cried on my dog the evening before I left (he didn’t care at all—just sighed and tried to move away). However, despite still feeling emotionally fragile, and after four stages of … Continue reading I Moved to Edinburgh!
Despite being what a teen novel would refer to as plain, I’ve never been shy of taking a risk. Or of doing things on my own. Frankly, I got tired of people standing me up. If I wanted to do the things, well, I had to just pull up my socks and crack on alone. … Continue reading Taking Risks and Influencing…Myself?
As it’s the US launch today, let’s discuss the thing that’s been ripping apart my world for the last few weeks… Yep, if you follow me on any social channels you’ll know I’m talking about the BBC One (and HBO) drama Years and Years. Damn, that show. Incredibly written, phenomenally acted, and the most poignant … Continue reading Our Future is a Nightmare and I’m Terrified
After watching Nadiya Hussain's fabulous documentary 'Anxiety and Me' I thought it was about darn time I wrote about my experiences with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. I visited the doctors the year before last to find out why I felt so wired all the time. Overactive thyroids run in my family so that was my suspicion. … Continue reading My CBT Experience: Mental Health Awareness Week
For as far back as I remember I’ve been afraid. Not in an oh god, there’s a spider kind of way (although, why anything needs eight legs and eyes is still beyond me), but a constant bubble of nerves beneath my skin. Sometimes it rises into full pre-interview fear, often for no discernible reason, and … Continue reading My Anxious Life: Mental Health Awareness Week