Sometimes We Need Take A Break From Keeping Up With Politics (363/365)

As much as I'd love to be informed about domestic and world politics every single day, sometimes I need to take a break. The break is to sort of decompress from all of the horrific news and honestly it's also to keep my mental health in check because so many horrible things are happening every … Continue reading Sometimes We Need Take A Break From Keeping Up With Politics (363/365)

Being Scared To Try New Things Can Be A Good Thing (358/365)

Sometimes when you want to try new things you're hit with a familiar feeling in your gut, the feeling of dred and fear and a lot of the time we interpret that as a bad thing when really it's not. Sometimes fear means that it's a new challenge and that you care. If you didn't … Continue reading Being Scared To Try New Things Can Be A Good Thing (358/365)

Sometimes Self Care Days Are Just Lazy Days (348/365)

As you might be able to tell the General Election results kind of hit me hard, it's not like I expected Labour to win, I just didn't expect the Conservatives to win by so much... I speak about racism a lot on this blog so I'm no stranger to the fact that it's alive and … Continue reading Sometimes Self Care Days Are Just Lazy Days (348/365)

Stop Normalising The Idea That You Need To Be Overworked (345/365)

I honestly don't know which capitalist normalised the idea of being overworked, stressed and depressed due to work, but we need to get rid of it and we need to do it ASAP. I'm only 26 and the amount of conversations I've had with friends and colleagues about how much unpaid overtime they do and … Continue reading Stop Normalising The Idea That You Need To Be Overworked (345/365)

You Need To Set Boundaries (343/365)

We learn a lot of things growing up, how to walk, talk, do exams, make friends and so much more but the one thing that is never really emphasised is how to set boundaries. Boundaries are super important as there are so many instances that can make you feel uncomfortable and instead of just dealing … Continue reading You Need To Set Boundaries (343/365)

Know Your Worth (341/365)

I'm not entirely sure how to start this blog post, maybe add an inspiring quote or a good introduction. Maybe I should pretend that this website has well prepared high value daily content, but that's simply not the case and I don't really enjoy pretending to be something I'm not. Also - the grammatical errors … Continue reading Know Your Worth (341/365)

Anger is a Secondary Emotion (332/365)

Anger is one of those things that can eat you alive, some of us are naturally more on the aggressive side, som are angry when they're sad, hungry, emotional but the one thing that stays constant is anger is a secondary emotion. It's a result of an initial feeling, and being 'angry' is always (ALWAYS) … Continue reading Anger is a Secondary Emotion (332/365)

10 Signs You’re In Need of a Self Care Day (313/365)

I have written a lot of extensive posts about self care, how to practice it at home, at work and lots of helpful tips about it, but nows the time for a post about some signs that you need to spend some time focusing on your own mental health. I may or may not have … Continue reading 10 Signs You’re In Need of a Self Care Day (313/365)

My Morbid Fascination With Sadfishing (296/365)

Sadfishing is one of those things that I've always had a morbid fascination in watching but I never had the language to communicate why. To begin with let's actually explain what sadfishing actually is, since I didn't realise that this actually was a proper word until I read an online article about it. So sadfishing … Continue reading My Morbid Fascination With Sadfishing (296/365)

Bad Mental Health Isn’t an Excuse to be a Shit Person (288/365)

Before this offends anyone I understand that when you're deep in the bad mental health place it can cause you to not be yourself, it can cause you to lash out, be horrible and sometimes bring you to extremes that you wouldn't think is possible, but something that it shouldn't do is be used as … Continue reading Bad Mental Health Isn’t an Excuse to be a Shit Person (288/365)