Productivity & Motivation, Well Being & Mental Health

5 Ways To Get Motivated (When You Just Can’t)

Have you ever had that feeling where you just can't? You want to go for a walk, clean the kitchen, write a new blog post, and watch that latest YouTube video on self-development from your favourite vlogger, but when you try to get going, some sort of invisible force just blocks you. No matter how… Continue reading 5 Ways To Get Motivated (When You Just Can’t)

Well Being & Mental Health

The Contradictions of MH Blogging

I usually refer to myself as a wellbeing blogger. However, on social media and in the blogosphere, the term mental health blogger is more widely used and understood, so I kind of use the two interchangeably. The reason I personally prefer wellbeing is that I don't claim to have an expertise, or diagnosed experience of… Continue reading The Contradictions of MH Blogging

Personal posts, Well Being & Mental Health

Begin Again (Why I’m Such a Bad Blogger)

This is approximately the 1,522nd time I've tried to write a blog post, got about a paragraph in, lost my steam, given up, and left it in drafts. Over the 7 years I've had this blog, I have attempted to get into a routine of posting over and over. I've had varying success, from the… Continue reading Begin Again (Why I’m Such a Bad Blogger)

Productivity & Motivation, Stationery &Planning, Well Being & Mental Health

Hitting Refresh (Amidst a Crisis)

So it's safe to say, at the time of writing this post on (checks laptop calendar as all the days are blurring into one never-ending blob at the moment) Tuesday 7th April (what! April! How did that happen!?!) the world is in a strange place. I won't go on about it too much, but the… Continue reading Hitting Refresh (Amidst a Crisis)

Personal posts, Productivity & Motivation, Well Being & Mental Health

Consistency and Building Habits

Consistency. It's something I've struggled with my whole life. Growing up with a somewhat… Chaotic home life, I didn't have a proper routine or structure. As I got older my mum got ill, and iller, until eventually I was fifteen and more or less living on my own. With nobody to tell me when to… Continue reading Consistency and Building Habits