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

Growth is Uncomfortable

I’m pretty open on my blog about things that are happening for me or what’s going on in my life and I think it’s really important that, as someone who writes about mental health a lot, that I’m really honest about things – it’s no good me being a ‘mental health blogger’ if I come on here and tell you how perfect my life is, knowing that it isn’t. This… View Post

I got dropped by my publisher

This year has been a bit of a shambles. January: Gave up freelancing, largely due to the breakdown of a relevant relationship February: Started a new job that turned out to be not at all what I wanted, left March: Dropped by my publisher. If I’m honest I can’t say I’m particularly thrilled about any of these things and I got through each one of them with the hope that… View Post

Have we stopped checking in?

I saw a tweet the other day that had gained a lot of traction – of course I can’t find it again now to show you – from a guy saying that he felt social media had perhaps encouraged us to stop checking in with our pals. I think there are a lot of conversations had often about the impacts of social media use but I found this one particularly… View Post

January

January. Chapter one. The month I started writing about mental health – three years ago. I wrote my first ever mental health post on 5th January 2016 and to be honest when I look back at it now I feel a bit icky. Isn’t it funny how much we change and grow in a short period of time? Sometimes I look back at pictures that are quite recent really –… View Post