“Blue Monday” is normally on the third Monday of the month and is considered the most depressing day of the year. The term was first publicized in 2005 when Sky Travel claimed to have calculated the date using an equation. Scientists consider the formula nonsensical. In my opinion it’s merely another fake holiday used to
So I got a free domain with my WordPress package and chose it way back in August then didn’t do anything with it. Now that everything is a bit more settled after Christmas/New Year I feel I finally have the time to put attention on a new project and so The Travelling Writer was born.
Ever since I started talking about my depression and anxiety I’ve had people saying they can relate. I like that, I like that I am not alone and that they aren’t alone either. What I don’t like is that everyone seems to think they know exactly how I’m feeling, what I’m going through and when
Citalopram is an anti-depressant I was prescribed to help with my depression. I presume that it is the standard one given out to people to see if it works before trying a new medication, but can’t confirm that. The short story is, I’m coming off citalopram. The long story is to follow. My experience on
Being a blogger comes with many struggles, from writers blog to spamming. Often bloggers won’t share the struggles they come across with blogging so I thought I’d put together a list for myself. This list kept growing and growing throughout the day and I couldn’t not share what I came up with. Here I list
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
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)
Relationships are hard enough to maintain without the added struggle of a mental illness piled on top of it all. The thing about having a mental illness is that you stop thinking rationally and become somewhat dismissive of the help your partner is trying to provide to you or start getting angry at them for