Sharing how you can feel loneliness despite not actually being alone in life.
Or should I say, the face behind the page… I’m sure you get what I mean! As with many blogs and pages on social, when it comes to covering topics that are considered taboo we tend to hide behind the profile in fear of perhaps being shamed, or in some cases embarrassed.
This month marks one year since I packed up my stuff in the office and began working from home. I naively only took enough stationery to last a couple of weeks, (as I genuinely believed that’s how long I’d be out of the office) but it turns out I needed much more than that!
I’ve written this post reflecting on a few things I’ve seen across social media the past couple of weeks, which have really unsettled me.
This is a very personal post, which is not my usual style, so if it’s not for you then don’t read ahead – I won’t be offended! You see this picture? That’s me. Again, not something I’m totally comfortable posting as I try to conceal my identity. But do you think I look happy in…
Me time is incredibly important for many, yet there are some that simply don’t understand why. I’ve heard some of the negative comments that come with me time: isn’t that selfish? Doesn’t that get lonely? Isn’t that boring? Or worse: why do you feel the need to be unsocial? In reality, me time is none…
Okay so it’s been A WHILE since I’ve done a words of wisdom post, but I’m finally back with a new thought of the week. This thought came as I saw a quote that really resonated with me, so I wanted to share this with you all. The quote goes a little something like this:…
I’m sharing six ways to stay positive during lockdown!
Okay, yes, the title is actually three words if you want to be picky. Yet this blog post revolves around two hard hitting words that cut deep.
Practising self-care is something we should all get into the habit of doing. Yet carrying this out during a pandemic is absolutely crucial.