As someone who has mental health problems I am always pleased to see sharing and honesty about these issues on social media. One of the worst things about having dodgy mental health is the inherent silence that surrounds it. Despite being fed up of white lies and ‘stigma’ I still find it very difficult to… Continue reading Being Honest About Mental Health
Today is 13th July 2016, and five years ago I graduated from university. I remembered because Facebook told me, showing me a picture of me on the day itself, beaming in my robe and mortar board. Five years ago I was 23, way too blonde, and working as an intern. I had only just started to… Continue reading Five Years
Last Wednesday was my one year anniversary at my job. I decided not to make a ‘thing’ out of it at work, partly because I just didn’t want a fuss and partly because the day brought up mixed feelings and emotions. On the one hand I was proud of myself for completing a year of… Continue reading Work anniversaries: something to celebrate?
There are plenty of instances in my life when I don’t feel good. I have mild mental health issues that mean some days are harder than others. So when I feel good I really appreciate it. I think this week is going to be good. Tonight I am seeing one of my all-time favourite bands… Continue reading Feeling Good