Blogging has become part of me. It’s a hobby and I love it. Not only has it made me so much more focused as an individual it has also inspired me in other aspects of my life. I think this is so key, and is a huge reason as to why I want to keep blogging for as long as I can!
Okay so this happened the other day…
I was talking to someone about my blog and what I do and how I like to promote body positivity and self-love. This is a standard conversation for me as I love talking about what I do, however, they asked me for my dress size.
Blogging is a full-time hobby. If you’re not writing a post your scheduling tweets and promotion, taking photos, replying to comments and emails, It’s a lot to try and fit into your day especially as you have to do it daily to ensure the blog stays going! Today I thought I’d talk about how I juggle my life at uni with blogging!
The mind is such an amazing thing. It allows us to talk, to move and experience so many different emotions: one of which being fear. My biggest phobia actually arose just a few years ago. Before then it didn’t exist. But now it’s crippling.
Today is a post not written by me. The author of this post will be anonymous, and I feel so honoured to be sharing it with you today. As part of my mental health awareness month, I asked for people to send in their stories to help share awareness and break the stigma. Today’s post is about the author’s battle with an eating disorder.
It’s finally happened!
So some of you may have seen me on my Twitter and Facebook absolutely raaaving about the brand Coconut Lane. They are the cutest online shop and I have honestly fallen in love with their products – trust me I’m pretty confident that by the end of the year I will have bought everything that’s not already sold out!
I’ve decided to do a thing!
Yay it’s exciting! I had a little brain wave last night whilst I was dying from too much revision on International Law for my exam this Thursday and I just had to write about it! If you’ve ever felt insecure about posting a picture online, or worse, been subject to online trolls: please read on this post is for you!
As part of my Duke of Edinburgh Award I volunteered for 1 day a week for 6 months at my local dementia home. It was a life changing experience for me and one I look back on with such strong memories. As part of my mental health awareness month, and with this week being Dementia Awareness Week, I thought I would share my story and experience.
Sometimes the stress of life can just get a little all too much. You could be working ridiculous hours in your job, studying day and night for exams or even just having so many little jobs and hobbies that you seem to just lose all your free time! Sometimes life can get all too busy for all of us so one thing I have been doing a lot more recently is going for walks.