It’s Valentine’s day, it’s a completely overrated day, I can’t say I care much about it but I still felt horrible that I couldn’t afford to get my boyfriend much. So I made him this beautiful and well-made card. . I spent a good hour with my work friends making the card, we had a lot… Continue reading Valentine’s, Love and Support
“Alright babes? Everything ok with you? You’re not yourself” This is the message I received from a work colleague tonight. I can’t even put into words the panic and pure terror I felt when I read this message (ironic really since I’m writing a blog). I had a million thoughts rush through my head at… Continue reading You’re not yourself.
Start a herb garden Take more pictures with my polaroid camera (artsy stuff) Create my own recipes, go wild, think Vicar of Dibley: Letitia Cropley: The question is whether I bring the snails I’ve got for my new recipe. Frank Pickle: What recipe is that? Letitia Cropley: Bread and Butter Pudding Surprise. Start baking again,… Continue reading 20 things I NEED to do this year
Anxiety is a major part of my life, and yet it’s something that I very rarely discuss or give it the credit it deserves for making my life an impossible task. I’ve always lived with anxiety, since I was a child, I cannot remember a time when it hasn’t plagued my every action. Everyone experiences… Continue reading Anxiety: If plan A fails, try plan B,C or D
So I woke up this morning excited because it was sowing outside, just a little bit, but still the first snow of the year that I’ve seen. I go to my window and I stick my arm out, it’s only officially snowing if you touch it. The snow doesn’t stick, but it doesn’t matter because just… Continue reading Please don’t leave me in the meantime
Trying to remember a life without this illness seems like an impossible task, both because it feels like I’ve suffered with this for a lifetime and because my sense of self is very much lacking. I can tell you about when this illness first bared it’s teeth, I was 13, the sadness started, I did… Continue reading Story So Far