“I can’t come to work today, I dropped my bowl of cereal”…This sentence sounds utterly ridiculous, and is not ordinarily a good enough reason to call in sick to work. Just clean up the cereal, get yourself another bowl. But … Continue reading ”I can’t human today, I dropped my bowl of cereal”
Who on earth has the time to fit every single piece of ‘advice’ into their every day lives? Can you imagine fitting all of it into one day, every day, forever? 5 pieces of fruit and veg8 hours of sleep, … Continue reading Who has time for this s**t?
I often wonder if people are aware of the things they are saying or if they just talk for the sake of it. Small talk sucks ass. The weather is boring. I don’t care what’s happening on Coronation Street and … Continue reading What are you talking about?
This genuinely a complete ramble of word vomit… It started off with a point, then took a swift turn into something completely different, I managed to bring it back towards the end and I believe there’s a message in there … Continue reading ‘Our’ Earth and stuff…
‘Once A Year On Blackpool Sands’, 2020, (OAYOBS) is a beautiful portrayal of the relationship between Tommy and Eddy (played by Macauley Cooper and Kyle Brookes, respectively). Based on a true story, OAYOBS follows the hardships that were faced by … Continue reading Once A Year On Blackpool Sands
It’s certainly becoming common practice for workplaces to now have something in place to help combat mental illness issues in the workplace or have ways to increase the mental well being of the workforce. If not that, it is at … Continue reading My Mental Health At Work…
I know you’re probably not that interested in my thoughts on the pandemic, but I’m going to give them to you anyway… mainly for my own sanity and honestly, that’s why I created this blog in the first place, somewhere … Continue reading Holy f**k, it’s the apocalypse!
I have been absent from my blog for a while now and I apologise. My main reason for blogging is to document my mental illness/health and to share my ongoing struggles. Fortunately, recently I’ve been in a really good place … Continue reading Rape is not a dirty word!
You’d think that by now we wouldn’t have to remind people that mental illness is unpredictable, that mental illness can and will affect someone close to you, maybe even you. You’d think that by now we could openly talk about … Continue reading Living with mental illness and living with mental illness.
Quick recap: I had my routine smear test done last year. My results came back showing abnormal cells; cue my meltdown. I had a colposcopy and LLETZ procedure done at the end of August 2019, all cells were removed and … Continue reading Cervical screenings in the time of corona-virus…