the importance of taking a mental health day || lets talk about mental health

Recently, like many others, I haven’t been feeling quite myself and have decided to make making time for myself a priority. As someone who has continuously suffered from their mental health, I am used to the ups and downs it brings (or at least as used to it as you can be). I now know that although I do have lows I can bring myself … Continue reading the importance of taking a mental health day || lets talk about mental health

My Experience of having COVID-19 || My 10 Day Symptom Diary

By this point I think the pandemic must have impacted everyone in one way or another even if you are fortunate enough to have not caught the virus itself. Whether that be through changing your working habits, having events you have booked cancelled, having a loved one catch the virus or loss of employment to name just a few. Continue reading My Experience of having COVID-19 || My 10 Day Symptom Diary

My January Mental Health Journal Prompts

This new year I want to utilise a journal for its purpose – a stress release instead of a stress builder. Ultimately there are no rules when it comes to journaling but if you are like me sometimes without a prompt writing is a challenge. That is why I have constructed a list of 10 journaling prompts I plan on using during my first ‘proper’ month of journaling. Continue reading My January Mental Health Journal Prompts

Being Grateful for 2020

Despite the pain that 2020 has caused I think it is important to admire some of the casual magic the year has bought. Unlike other years this is more challenging. For most there won’t be large life events – such as going on holiday or celebrating with friends to look back on but there is still so much to be grateful for! Some of those things may be things that would usually pass you by unnoticed. Continue reading Being Grateful for 2020

Starting My Impossible List || June 2020

As I start the next chapter in my life I thought now would be a great time to start an impossible list! Honestly, I’m not sure why I didn’t start this sooner. Here is a list of goals I would like to complete during my lifetime starting from June 2020, at 22 years old. Unlike a bucket list, an impossible list is a list which … Continue reading Starting My Impossible List || June 2020

Time Management: Starting my Bullet Journal

Hi lovelies It’s been a month since my last post and I can’t believe how quickly that month has gone. With a month of deadlines, meetings and working with new people to say it hasn’t been stressful would be a complete lie.   Although it has been very full-on I have found comfort in the chaos.     Back to back meetings, multiple projects and … Continue reading Time Management: Starting my Bullet Journal

Thoughts: Starting my Third Year of University

hi lovelies I can’t believe I have made it to this point. I am officially in my third year of University, it only feels like yesterday that I was a fresher.   If you have been around on my blog for a while I wrote a post like this a year ago ready to start my second year. Be sure to check out my thoughts … Continue reading Thoughts: Starting my Third Year of University

Introvert vs Extrovert: Combating Introvert​ Stereotypes

hi lovelies Anyone who knows me will know I’m definitely an introvert. I enjoy my own space, time to recuperate and easily tire in social situations. Something I noticed more recently is the battle an introvert faces every day and how geared up the world is for extroverts. Introvert vs Extrovert definitions: Introvert: “Someone who prefers calm, minimally stimulating environments”. Extrovert: “A friendly person who enjoys … Continue reading Introvert vs Extrovert: Combating Introvert​ Stereotypes