‘Just another ten minutes’, exploring the Welsh coast.

A spur of the moment trip took my auntie, Osca, Jess and I, to the sea. We all decided we needed an adventure and with just twenty-four hours between working, it was easy to believe we did not have enough time, but I do not want to live my life like that. Without getting too…

Just what I needed.

Over the last couple of months my blog seems to have become more and more about my mental health or mental health in general, probably because of where my mind has been but this lead me to question why I continue to write about the other parts of my life. Questioning if I should become…

How nature helps my mind feel free.

I posted over on Instagram a few weeks ago, about a conversation my mother and I had whilst out walking, we were speaking about seeing a view, about how no amount of photographs or descriptions can truly show the beauty you see. I think that is when the thought crossed my mind, maybe a view…

Just for me days.

Over the last few weeks, I have noticed myself become busier and busier, with my list of things I want to do and opportunities I cannot say no to growing, it has become more difficult for me to do things, just for me. Of course, most of, if not all of, what I do is…

Making choices.

Making choices is something that I have been looking at over the last few months, sometimes without even realising myself doing so. It is something that appears in most of our daily lives.ย More often than not making a choice that suits us or another better, and sometimes, not always, coming with consequences or regret. That…

Red January, week two.

Another Red January dairy, for those who do not know what I am talking about here is a post I wrote explaining a little more ‘It is okay to feel what you feel, part two‘ and my ‘Red January, week one‘, diary.

Red January, week one.

As you may have seen, I am taking part in Red January, with my own little twist in that I may not be able to run each day. However, I will be doing what I can do, making sure I spend time outdoors each and every day of January. Here, is a little diary of…

It is okay to feel what you feel, part two.

Following on from my last post, where I talk about feeling not too well, neither physically or mentally and how I find writing to be a form of therapy. Which for me, writing that blog post, hurt to do but felt like a weight had been lifted once done. If you have ever had therapy…

The power of pumpkins?

Reading over previous posts and having a little more โ€˜thought timeโ€™ than usual, I have realised the last month I have truly been engaging with mindfulness. After my time in America, I felt a little distant from myself, with part of me (pretty much all of me) wishing I was still there. After this realisation,…