We’re all different with different needs and different ways of going after things that are important to us. But for many of us, taking care of ourselves is something we want (hopefully that’s all of us!) but we don’t take it seriously enough. First things first I'm writing this as a 25-year-old, diagnosed with social… Continue reading How to Take Taking Care of Yourself Seriously
It is now the third week of lockdown for us in the UK, and so I wanted to do a sort of updated to-do list now that I myself feel a lot less motivated and more anxious as time has gone on.If you're still in a good place, then great. If you want to use… Continue reading Third Week of Lockdown: Things to Do for Self-Care When Unmotivated and Anxious
The state of the world is uncertain right now. Our livelihoods have been completely changed. It's hard. It's sad. It's worrying. However, there are still some positives to see and seek right now in the world's current situation. Here are some of those that I've found for myself... Check out my list of things to… Continue reading Positives on the World’s Current Situation (podcast)
During the time of the Coronavirus outbreak, we're all feeling very afraid and uncertain. But this isn't a new feeling. We all go through periods of uncertainty that make living our everyday lives hard.Here are some general (and some specific) ideas about how to shift to a positive mindset during uncertain times. Focus on the now… Continue reading Positive Mindset Shifts for Uncertain Times
We're all stuck inside and therefore our mental and emotional wellbeing will take a hit. Not everyone pays attention to their mental health, but we all should, especially right now in these trying times. Here are some of my ideas about how to cope and care for yourself right now to maintain mental and emotional wellness… Continue reading Mental and Emotional Health Tips for Self-Isolation
Sometimes in life, we can become used to fighting. Fighting against others, fighting against our lifestyle, fighting against ourselves. But when we step back, put down our weapons, and take a deep breath, we might just realise there's nothing for us to fight at all... Click to play! x
I've felt my mental health slipping lately. As someone who has suffered high anxiety (clinically diagnosed social anxiety) and depression several times, I fear the low moods that crop up too often are a warning sign of the inevitable: my depression returning. However, this isn't necessarily the case. Negative emotions are just as valid and… Continue reading Self-Care Sunday: 5 Routine Ways to Take Care of Your Mental Health
Here are 50 things to check to ensure optimum healthiness in all areas of yourself and your life! Have you had your 5-a-Day? Walked for at least 30 minutes today? Have you exercised in some form? Stretched and moved your body aptly? In any pain? Does it need checking out? Maintained a healthy standing-to-sitting… Continue reading Overall Health Checklist
This is how therapy changed my life. I've been for therapy many times and I believe it has helped me with so many things now. Here is how therapy helped to change my life... Click to play! https://youtu.be/rdhK0nWxSJU Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel to not miss a thing...
I have had social anxiety since about 12-13 years old. I have been for therapy and classes and they have helped me. But in today's video, I am sharing the ONE thing that has helped me the MOST with my social anxiety coping/overcoming journey.