So I wanted to set myself a challenge of writing a letter to my future self and reading it in a years time to review how much things have changed and how I am doing then. This is to help give me hope throughout my illness. and help me track my progress. I thought it
There comes a time in any long term relationship where you’re paying for 2 flats or houses, but only staying in one and forking out twice as much money as necessary. So you make the decision to move in together. It all seems exciting and new until you realise you haven’t discussed some mega important
Mental illnesses are difficult for the people suffering with them, but often people forget about the people actually supporting them. Watching your partner, parents or friends go through something so difficult can be horrible, especially if you don’t know how to help them. I thought after my post about maintaining a relationship with a mental
So we’re a fair bit in to August and I have developed a whole new set of must-haves for the month. These are the things that I an just absolutely obsessed with this month and things you should definitely look in to. Not all of these are in any way useful (in fact most aren’t)
Staying motivated in this money-driven, material obsessed world can be so difficult. There will be days when you feel like nothing matters and you’ll think to yourself “why am I even trying when no one else cares”. The truth is that you’ve got to make people care about what you do. Staying motivated to get
As I have been spending a lot of time cooped up in my flat and avoiding contact with anyone going back to work and socialising has become an unexpected adjustment process, and an exhausting one at that. Everything becomes that little bit harder to get back in to the longer you’ve been away from it.
Today I went back to work after quite a while off due to depression. As important as work is I can’t stress enough how much I needed the time off due to my mental health and just how important it is, when you are going through something as horrible as depression, to focus on yourself