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There’s a Pandemic, it’s OK to go Easy on Yourself

There’s a Pandemic, it’s OK to go Easy on Yourself

I’ve recently found myself feeling kind of deflated. I’ve been unproductive, lacking energy and generally just a bit down in a way that isn’t much like me. To start with, I was confused. And then…

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Why a Passion Planner is the 2021 Companion you Need (+ New Year Giveaway!)

Why a Passion Planner is the 2021 Companion you Need (+ New Year Giveaway!)

Note: This post contains affiliate links. I don’t know about you, but I’m in complete shock that it’s almost 2021. This year has been the weirdest one yet, and to be honest, I think we’re…

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Alex Art: Shop Small and Gift Your Loved ones Something Special This Christmas

Alex Art: Shop Small and Gift Your Loved ones Something Special This Christmas

This week’s post is a little different to the usual! With Christmas just around the corner, the process of preparing and shopping is looking a little different for us all. This year more than ever,…

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How “Slimming World Mentality” Sabotaged my Weight Loss for Years

How “Slimming World Mentality” Sabotaged my Weight Loss for Years

Before getting into this post, I want to start with a little disclaimer. In this post I’m going to be discussing weight loss and calorie counting. I am aware these topics can be triggering for…

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5 Powerful Organisation tips From a Student Freelancer

5 Powerful Organisation tips From a Student Freelancer

**This post contains affiliate links For many years now, I’ve been an avid fan of organisation. This fascination didn’t come out of nowhere – in fact, it came from years of being the absolute polar…

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World Mental Health Day: My Story From a New Angle

World Mental Health Day: My Story From a New Angle

I’d just like to start this World Mental Health Day post with a trigger warning, as I’m going to be touching on a few potentially triggering topics including depression, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, compulsions, cancer. Despite…

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PCOS Weight Loss Journey: September Progress Check

PCOS Weight Loss Journey: September Progress Check

After two weeks away from blogging due to the move back to uni, I’m FINALLY back with a weight loss journey update! So honestly this month I don’t really have much to report. Since the…

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5 Reasons to Invest in a Passion Planner for the new Academic Year!

5 Reasons to Invest in a Passion Planner for the new Academic Year!

Note: Affiliate links are used within this post. For myself and all of my fellow students, the new 20/21 academic year is upon us. After a strange end to the previous year, getting our heads…

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5 Common PCOS Myths and Misconceptions this PCOS Awareness Month

5 Common PCOS Myths and Misconceptions this PCOS Awareness Month

September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) awareness month, and the perfect time to bust some of the most common PCOS myths and misconceptions out there. It absolutely astounds me how even in 2020, women’s health…

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PCOS Weight Loss Journey: August Progress Check

PCOS Weight Loss Journey: August Progress Check

As September is PCOS awareness month, I wanted to take some time in my August progress check to reflect on how my PCOS weight loss journey has improved my symptoms. First of all, if you’re…

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