Self-Belief

It doesn’t mean you ‘should,’ if it doesn’t feel good.

I reflected back on a little exert in my journal today… At the time I wrote this reflection, I had watched a Ted and was feeling somewhat lonely, lost and unfulfilled.  I had began questioning whether quitting my job had been the right decision to make… I couldn’t find another one. I had little money […]

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Mental Health
Self-Belief

Lockdown was the key to my recovery!

….As a single woman who’d recently graduated university and come back home, hopelessly trying to find a career in Cornwall. Life itself hasn’t been one you’d look at and think, “it’s understandable how you’ve recovered.” …Without realising it at the time, lockdown was the perfect opportunity to put the things I learnt through self-help books into action, and from there I watched myself grow…..

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Life
Mental Health

When I stopped accepting my depression as a setback, I found impactful ways to fix it!

….It gave me the final missing piece, and biggest revelation, as to why I was stagmently stuck in and out of depression, frustration, and hopelessness…
….Altering my perspective on this statement ultimately situated me perfectly on my path of alignment…
….So now I want to share this with you…

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Mental Health

Never apologise for how you feel.

Maybe it’s because there’s been a full moon I’ve been battling with insomnia these last couple of nights, and nothing to do with the problems I’ve chosen to bottle up…. Either way, I’m back. It’s been a long time since I last posted a blog- I’m sure my non-existent thousands of fans are as heartbroken […]

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Life

Living with Dementia in a global pandemic.

Whilst many of you have been worrying about Covid- yourself and family members getting ill. I, like many others became a fulltime carer, and looked after my nan! Being kept in quarantine this year, I’m sure most of you would’ve experienced losing your routine can have a negative impact on your health. You likely felt […]

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