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How to talk about mental illness in job interviews

Well this is an interesting one. Earlier this year I did a lot of job hunting. I job hopped quite a bit and couldn’t settle (much to the disapproval of others) but the good thing is that I interviewed a lot. Like, a lot. Now the thing with openly managing a blog that is primarily about mental health, and then later publishing a book on the subject, is that it… View Post

5 ideas for self care that’s more than a bubble bath

First things first, I have absolutely nothing against a bubble bath. I think making time for yourself is really important and a bath can be something that gives you that, but I think self care specifically is more about why you’re having a bubble bath, not the action of having it. For most, having a bubble bath is easy. If we have time. You just put on the taps, wait… View Post

The CPTSD Hangover

Most people know what a hangover feels like. Headaches, dizziness, sickness, a general feeling of grog. Many claim to have their personal ‘cures’ – mine happens to be orange Tango – and if you’re lucky, you’re usually feeling alright again come the afternoon/evening. In my experience though, the only thing my trusty Tango can’t cure is a mental health hangover. Whilst different to your traditional ‘morning after the night before’,… View Post

I wrote a book!

I thought this day would never come! If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you’ll probably be aware that about a year and a half (ish) ago I signed a contract with a publishing company which meant that I would be a real published author. I was so so chuffed and I really felt like a childhood dream was coming true. And then in March, I was released… View Post

Creating a ‘Fuck Budget’

This post is inspired by a blog post written by Vix Meldrew that I read earlier this year, and a conversation I had with some colleagues recently. We were talking about the idea of a ‘Fuck Budget’, which comes from the best-selling book by Sarah Knight, named ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**ck‘. Sarah Knight’s Fuck Budget ideology asks that we think about the things that we spend… View Post