An Artiste or Crafter I Am Not!

So, I’ve had some pretty pants days recently. I don’t know how else to describe them; feeling awful about myself, being exhausted yet restless, unable to concentrate or focus, feeling let down and left out. I’ve not been too good with ticking off the March goals as a result, which has made me feel a bit…

Mother’s Day Shout Out

I usually find days like today to be a load of faff, a bit like Valentine’s and Easter and even Christmas. They’ve become too commercialised and filled with high expectations that leave us deflated when they’re not met or painfully aware of what we don’t have. It can be quite traumatising to spend such days…

Fruit & Veg – Can Something Good Do You Harm?

I thought I’d do a little post on fruit – how exciting! – given the coverage it’s received in the news more recently. For years, we’ve been told to eat fruit and veg and to make sure we’re getting our 5 a day. It’s become a staple expression, but a new study suggests that we…

Forget 111. There’s An App For That!

A recent news article highlights just how scary the advancements in technology are becoming as a new service is being tested with the hopes of being rolled out in the future to ease up pressure on doctors and medics. Babylon Health are now hoping to roll out the concept of chat-bots for NHS 111 helplines out…

[ Guest Post ] Warning Signs Of Children’s Mental Illness

Today I would like to share a guest post written for InvisiblyMe on the topic of children’s mental health, specifically on the warning signs of mental illness. Thank you for sharing, Alice! The Warning Signs of Children’s Mental Illness Children’s mental health recognition is a skill that we should all possess. More often than not,…

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