First of all I want to make it exceptionally clear that this post is not a dig at mothers at all. I applaud you all, you have the hardest job in the world and I have seen first-hand with my friends the strains and stress and pressure that mothers have.
Going after journalists and media in the wake of Caroline’s death in my eyes is counter-productive. All of the ‘be kind’ posts have been eye opening but have also had a profound effect on my own mental health. On Saturday when I found out that Caroline Flack had committed suicide I felt instantly saddened andContinue reading “Sorry Caroline”
I’d always been a larger kid for as far as back as I can remember. I never fitted into my age range of clothes and it’s always been a source of embarrassment to me. Even back to the point when I noticed my PE kit was age nine to ten when I was seven orContinue reading “Slimming World protected my weight loss, but not my mental health.”
I’ve not written anything on here for a long time. I always thought that when something devastating happened in my life I would be inspired to pen to paper and create something deep and meaningful as a sort of memoir, but it turns out, I’m not that kind of person. The past two months I’veContinue reading “Sorry for the Silence”
So, the month of March brought 10,000 steps per day and the month of April is the month I started my diet! Yes I know you’ve heard it all before but I’m in the zone. And for the first week of April I started an extra strict, extra fun (not) diet and I lost aContinue reading “I lost 12lb in SIX days.”
I was lucky enough to be gifted some treats from Balmforth and Co, a Yorkshire coffee company based in Barnsley. Now Yorkshire is well known for their banging brews, but normally of the tea variety. (Don’t @ me with your southern fortnightly teas… 2 week… get it… haha). Anyway, they let me try their breakfastContinue reading “HUGHES REVIEWS: Balmforth and Co Coffee”
So I’ve been working in journalism for the past two and a half years and I absolutely love current affairs. If you had said that to me when I started my degree I would have said don’t be silly, because even though I was studying journalism I had no real interest in watching the news or reading the papers.
Amanda Bynes has #broketheinternet with her recent interview in Paper magazine and I will be the first to say fair play to her! When I was younger I was never really that big of a fan of her but I always ended up watching her films which to me is a sign of an actressContinue reading “Meltdowns Don’t Always Mean Mental Health Issues”
Ahead of news that politicians are looking into the issue, I’ve looked back at how sexual harassment was normalised as I was growing up.
How coffee shops and Farrah Storr have helped improve my confidence.