• April 19, 2022
    As someone who has a strong dislike for sweeteners and artificial flavours, I’ll admit …
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  • April 6, 2022
    Have you ever set foot in a place that instantly puts your soul to rest? …
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  • February 20, 2022
    t has taken me almost 26 years to put myself first and advocate for my own …
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  • August 12, 2021
    *This is a contributed post Getting your website seen by more people can be challenging, …
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  • Let me introduce you to bouldering

    One of the reasons I have been so absent from my blog is my new addiction to bouldering. My addiction began in January as one of my personal new years resolutions was to get out more and to meet some new people and so I enrolled in an Introduction to Bouldering session at Boulder Brighton.  Bouldering is essentially rock climbing…

    Nurture Your Life Now For A Better Future

    Sometimes it’s easy to focus on the negative aspects of our lives, to dwell on what we perceive as lacking rather than all we have gained. I know I often focus too much on where I want to be and don’t take enough time to look at the amazing journey I have been on so far. If we focus too…

    8 ways to live the healthiest life possible

    What does healthy mean to you? For many, they limit the term ‘health’ to their body, extending it perhaps to their mind as mental health campaigns become more prevalent. But living a healthy life shouldn’t end with your physical and mental wellbeing, but should extend to your actions and surroundings also. To get you thinking about a few ways to…

    Choose Sleep

    Those close to me know how important sleep is to my happiness and wellbeing. Sleep is not laziness, it is vital for quality of life. Over the years I’ve learnt that my optimum amount of sleep is between 8 to 10 hours, I used to think that this was well above average but have learnt through my participation in this…

    How to embrace being an introvert

    Introvert – ‘A shy, reticent person’. Oh, how that definition is flawed. We’ve been taught that the introverted/extroverted scale is very much one or the other, black or white, with ambiverts lying dead centre in the middle. When, in fact, we can embody traits from both ends of this spectrum and display them in different ways depending on our personal makeup.…