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Valentine’s Day for the Perpetually Single: A Love Letter

Valentine’s Day for the Perpetually Single: A Love Letter

Depending on your nature, being single on Valentine’s Day can elicit a range of different emotions. Perhaps for you it just passes by like any other day, whether it be because you think it’s a…

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Five Things to Check up on if You’re Feeling Deflated

Five Things to Check up on if You’re Feeling Deflated

You know that feeling when you’re just not ‘on it’? When everything seems to have gone to shit and is just spiralling further and further. Yeah, me too. In fact, I’ve kind of been on…

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PCOS: The Diagnosis that Explains a LOT

PCOS: The Diagnosis that Explains a LOT

The past few weeks have been so busy (I’ve been decorating my room at home which was so fun), but it’s meant that I haven’t had any time to blog. However, now I’m back at…

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My 2020 New Year’s Resolutions

My 2020 New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time again! New Year is honestly my favourite time of the year. I think it gets a lot of stick, and I totally agree with the whole notion that the idea of ‘New…

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Important Lessons This Decade Taught me

Important Lessons This Decade Taught me

You might be noticing a bit of a ‘what_______has taught me’ theme going on over here recently. I love me some reflection, and honestly what better time to reflect than when a whole decade is…

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Weight Training: My Mental Health Saviour

Weight Training: My Mental Health Saviour

I very clearly remember the feeling I had the first time I stepped into the weights section at my tiny little local gym. As James Smith mentioned in a podcast I listened to recently, it…

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How to Maintain Your Mental Health at University

How to Maintain Your Mental Health at University

University can either be the most amazing experience of your life, or the most challenging. I think most of my fellow students would agree that more often than not, it’s both of those things at…

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My CPPS Journey: I got Discharged From Physio!

My CPPS Journey: I got Discharged From Physio!

Over the past few years I’ve spoken a lot about my journey with Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS). Today I’m feeling very reflective and grateful, as on Friday I had my last physio appointment. It…

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What Losing my Dad to Cancer Taught me: 2 Years on

What Losing my Dad to Cancer Taught me: 2 Years on

On this day two years ago, life for my family and myself changed forever. 12th August 2017 was the day my Dad died of the illness he had been battling for four years. When I…

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Dealing with Grief one Granola Pot at a Time

Dealing with Grief one Granola Pot at a Time

In the lead-up to the second anniversary of my Dad’s death, I’m a little bit confused. As someone who has always had a tendency to repress emotions, it’s not always obvious – even to myself…

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