Laura Burton is a 29 year old writer who gave me the honour of reading and reviewing her first fiction novel, "Love Me, Crazy." In her spare time Laura writes poetry for bereaved families and runs her own blog on daily life and mental health. This novel is a first in a series of "Love … Continue reading Love Me, Crazy: Book Review
This blog post is for those who don't really know me and would like to know a bit about the person behind this blog. This is why I've chosen to tell you all 10 facts about me. This is sort of giving me flashbacks to those awkward High School ice breakers where we all had … Continue reading 10 facts about me
One thing that has such a damaging stigma surrounding it is taking medication for your mental health. I'm sick of seeing posts like, "Pills aren't medication, nature is!!!" with some picture of a forest. I do like nature and I do think that being outside does help me sometimes, but what about the times when … Continue reading Lets Talk Meds!
Okay so I wasn't going to post about this (due to crippling self doubt) but after some support from my amazing friends, I am honoured to announce that I'm nominated for the 2019 UK Blog Awards under the Mental Health category. You can vote for me here There are loads of amazing blogs that are … Continue reading UK Blog Awards 2019
Hi everyone! This post is a bit different from my usual posts but I haven't really been as active on my blog as I would like to be due to various things such as uni work, actual work and low motivation. But I'm starting to manage my time a bit better and should hopefully start … Continue reading Life update: 13th November 2018
This post covers the topic of self harm. Please do not read if you think this may be triggering. Check out my resources page for more help if you're struggling. World Mental Health Day 2018 has a focus on "Young people and mental health in a changing world." I decided to write this post about … Continue reading World Mental Health Day 2018: Self Harm
I am currently about to go into my second year at university, and after a very difficult first year I am determined to have a much better second year and to make the most of my time there. This post is about things that I wish I knew before I started university. Things that surprised … Continue reading Things I wish I knew before starting Uni