Spoiler alert...what I read in May was pretty damn small. In my defence, it's been busy with college and I've been in such a reading slump for a while now. I'm hoping that, for June, I should have more free time and hopefully energy so I can read more than I did this month! Simon… Continue reading What I Read in May ’18
Genre: romance, mental illness Age Group: young adult Trigger Warnings: vivid descriptions of self harm Synopsis: At seventeen, Norah has accepted that the four walls of her house delineate her life. She knows that fearing everything from inland tsunamis to odd numbers is irrational, but her mind insists the world outside is too big,… Continue reading REVIEW | Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall
Hey! So for the past 44 days, I have been using this mood tracking app every single day and I thought it was about time I did a short little review summarizing what it can do and what benefits it has given me. I think tracking your mood everyday can help you see what your… Continue reading Daylio | Mood Tracking App Review
Literally nobody has asked or I think even noticed that my twitter account has gone, so the purpose of this post isn't a response to requests but more encouragement to those who are struggling to do what they think is necessary in other to keep their mental health more stable. Although I was open about… Continue reading Why I Deactivated Twitter
Hi! So, it's that season again where a lot of people are starting school or college/university and for me that means, well, anxiety. And a lot of it. I have almost everything I need (but I am about £50 short on college payments and I also need £10 on top for a locker, so if… Continue reading Starting College!
Hey! So, this blog has kind of gone off books for a bit recently and that's because I'm in a bit of a reading slump due to, well, depression. It's something I want to briefly talk about because depression presents itself in different ways depending on the person. It would be nice to hear other… Continue reading My Depression
Anxiety is a common word that is thrown around and means something different for each individual. For some people, it's just for specific situations. For example, being around a lot of noise pushes a lot of autistic people into a meltdown, anxiety or panic attack due to high anxiety. For others, it can just be… Continue reading Anxiety