I usually do a sort of achievement list at the end of each year. It's a way of patting myself on the back for progressing and achieving and doing good things for myself. But this year hasn't felt so great; I feel I have less to say and share with you guys. So, here's a… Continue reading My Personal List of Good Things From 2019
Many of you may know that in 2015 I dropped out of university for the second time in my life. If you don't know the story, you can read it here (my university story) and I'll be referring to it in this post, too. For those of you who may be interested, here is how… Continue reading My Decision to Study Again
I have a lot of thoughts, duh. And I think some of my thoughts would be cool to share but I haven't quite known how. Some thoughts are just small ideas that can't be made into full blog posts. And some are longer than Tweets. And so, I wanted to try out a new content… Continue reading New Content Update: Thought Pieces
1 - I am not a fixed person. I can be, do, and think many different things in many different ways and that's OK. 2 - Just because someone doesn't understand you, or you them, does not mean there's anything wrong. 3 - I've accepted that who I am and who I aspire to be… Continue reading 24 Life Lessons: 24th Birthday
*This is to remind myself that I don't suck quite as much as I've been telling myself lately. This is to lift me up. This is to show that I'm not a failure or a loser. And it's also, as always, here online to inspire you to realise the truth about yourself, too. As I'm… Continue reading Self-Appreciation Post: 16 Brags
Are you a mental health, lifestyle, or personal development blogger? Do you want to write a piece for my site? Would you like to do a guest blog exchange? Here's how! Write a piece less than 1,500 words on mental health or life It can be a previously published piece, as long as it… Continue reading Guest Blog Posts Wanted!
Over the last few weeks, I've rewatched the comedy show Community which is set in a community college. Seven misfits are brought together in their studies and the show explores their mental health, life choices, identity, relationships, flaws, and futures while on whimsical, ridiculous college-based adventures. I've not been in the best place so far… Continue reading Why Rewatching “Community” Was What I Needed Right Now