Its world mental health day! As well as keeping healthy and fit on the outside, you have to remember to keep healthy and fit on the inside too, your brain is a muscle and it needs to relax, just like your body does. However, this is not as easy as it sounds. Especially if you … Continue reading Mental Health: My Story
Feminism is the movement against which that both men and women aren’t treated as equals. This is so whether it was equal pay - as women are substantially paid a lot less than men are paid for doing the exact same job - or it was equal paternity rights and pay for males.
When you have a tattoo, you notice a difference in the way they treat you. You notice their questions...well its BS.
March 2017 "London is a riddle. Paris is the explanation." - G.K Chesterton On the 3rd March till the 5th March, my fellow friends and students of the University for the Creative Arts and I took a little trip to PARIS! The city of love, where everything is just absolutely beautiful and mesmerising. It was … Continue reading P A R I S
**Warning: This Post Contains Strong Language** - My relationship with body image? It's not pretty, it's turbulent. It's actually disgusting and I'm 18. I still have many years to still get to grips with myself and how I feel. But despite my age, body image has been a massive part to my life, in so … Continue reading Body Image: My Experience So Far
I've decided that I want to run a marathon, yep. I'm probably slightly crazy, actually no, I am. But thats a good thing, believe it or not. I stated in this post 'LIFE: Living With Epilepsy' that I wanted to make a difference, to raise more awareness and fundraise for epileptic and cancer charities - and … Continue reading LIFE: Running A Marathon
"Epilepsy...what's that?" - I'm 18, coming on 19 and I have been diagnosed with epilepsy since my 18th. All I can think? 'Holy crap it's only been a year'. This is not a pity story, it's my life and a part of millions of others also in the world. Oh and please do refrain from … Continue reading LIFE: Living With Epilepsy