5 Useful & Valuable Life Lessons I’ve Learnt So Far In 2020

Life lessons I’ve learnt so far in 2020 during the pandemic and throughout everything that’s gone on 2020 has been a roller coaster of a year. I don’t think anyone could have predicted just how wild this year was truly going to be. The scariest part? We are only halfway through it. Like everyone else, I have no idea what the rest of the year will bring. I just hope it’s better than the first half! As of now with COVID-19 around I know many are dealing with loss, sadness, financial worries and a whole wave of emotions. I’ve personally…

The Ultimate Guide To Beating Lockdown Boredom In 10 Ways

As we enter the extended social distancing period here in the UK I know I’m not the only one who is somewhat struggling mentally. Each day just seems to morph into the next. Days don’t feel like days anymore. Time feels slower than usual and the daily routine of being stuck in the house is starting to get really repetitive. Don’t get me wrong, I totally agree with social distancing and staying at home if you can. We need to protect those most at risk and tackle the douche bag that is COVID-19. For me personally, I’m finding being away…

What Are Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures? My Experience

I’ve touched upon some of my mental health struggles before here on my blog. Like when I chatted about my anxiety in my blogging break post. However, one thing I’ve never fully talked about is the fact that I suffer from Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures or PNES. Now when many people hear the word seizures their first thought is usually Epilepsy. A few years ago when I had my first seizures Epilepsy was my first concern. So off I toddled to the doctors to chat to my GP. Before I knew it I was being sent for MRI scans and EEGs,…

Should You Really Feel That Guilty For Taking A Blogging Break?

I love blogging. So much so that I’ve been writing on my blog since 2009. When I began writing on my little corner of the internet I was going through a bit of a tough time. I used writing as an escape. I focused on things that I loved and enjoyed and it really helped with my mood. Fast forward a few years and here I am today. I don’t think I’ve ever spoken about this on my blog before but I suffer from anxiety and depression. I have done for a number of years now. Some days I struggle.…