Things women are taught at a young age to do and why

From a young age, women (and men) are taught things for their protection - whether they're alone or with a friend. A lot of the time, you see them advertised on the television and other media platforms. So if you're not taught them, you're exposed to them and are aware that these different techniques exist. … Continue reading Things women are taught at a young age to do and why

How to get outta a rut – stopping the endless day to day cycle and enjoying life again.

Hellooooooooooo world! And happy Thursday! As I saw the topic of this post, I knew that I would be able to write a lot about it because it perfectly sums up how I've been feeling this last week and a half. And as I've come out of my rut (slowly but surely), I figured this … Continue reading How to get outta a rut – stopping the endless day to day cycle and enjoying life again.

TBD | My advice to someone who has just been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder

Before I begin sharing my advice, I just want to say to anyone reading this that has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, or any other mental illness, continue your fight and stay strong. Take it one day at a time. I've written about my experience with being diagnosed with bipolar disorder (which you can read here.) … Continue reading TBD | My advice to someone who has just been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder

A Love Letter To my Special Someone

To Nan, The first thing I want to say to you is thankyou. Thankyou for constantly making me laugh, telling me stories about living in England and teaching me about the culture over there. Thankyou for watching Murder, She Wrote with me while I sit there trying to guess who the killer is. Thankyou for … Continue reading A Love Letter To my Special Someone