Month: February 2018

Invisible Illness

Since I got diagnosed with my mental illnesses. I’ve been judged. When I got to get my medication. I get looks by the older generation when the pharmacist says it’s an anti-depressant and mood stabiliser and if I taken them before with the side effects etc. I get the look like I came out in

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Becoming A Mental Health Blogger & A Time To Change Champion!

In July 2017, I started my blog. I had many names for this blog. It was Mental Health and Lifestyle but I didn’t like it anymore so I thought my name is awesome for a blog!  In November of 2017 I got the opportunity to become a Time To Change Champion for this amazing charity.

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Samaritans

It’s half 3 on a cold Wednesday morning and I’m typing this up as I can’t sleep as my head is all over the place right now. See I’m the girl who can’t take a phone call without shaking like a leaf. I can’t speak on the phone if I don’t personally know you. I

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Appreciate every minute you get!

So, it’s Valentine’s Day today! I’m single as anything. So today I’ve focused on my friends and family. Plus, stuffing my face with my favourite Easter egg from my Nan. Please don’t judge me as it’s only February but I kind of need this chocolate fix after the weeks I’ve had✌🏻 I’m in no rush

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Let’s talk about some boys and their mind games!

So it’s valentines day tomorrow. I wanted to do this post as it’s okay to be single! Plus, I wanted to be brutally honest about fuckboys and lads who play games with your emotions!  I am a mental health blogger but I also like to write about lifestyle and relationships. Plus, I was a teenager

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My Brother!

1994 was a busy time for my mum and dad.  They had a new baby, that was my brother.  Then 4 years later, Mum found out she was pregnant!  Everyone thought my mum was having another boy as in our whole family there was only boys no girls.  Then my Mum gave birth to me! Everyone

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Twenty things I’ve learnt since being 20!

It’s scary to think I’m 21 this year as I still call myself 18 when people ask for my age when they want me to sign up to broadband services in town nowadays.  Fun fact- My dad use to call me boo when I was a baby as I looked like the little girl out

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