So, over the last few months, I’ve been attending counselling sessions at my local mental health clinic to get to the root of my eating disorder and try and silence the horrid thoughts that swim around my head on a daily basis. Since November, I’ve started to identify the difference between what is a thought…… Continue reading What would your mate say?
It’s that time of year. January can either be the most depressing time of year or the most hopeful. For me, it was both. I began the new year with my resolutions all written down, ready to be conquered; I went on holiday and had a blast with my friends; I finally finished my dissertation and…… Continue reading January Blues
I have probably said this a million times to anyone and everyone who will listen to me. I am a creature of routine and habit. I go to the same exercise classes every week at my University, and when I do mix it up it has to be on alternating weeks; I eat mostly the…… Continue reading The stress of leaving routine.
It has been a week since my gym friends and I started our month-long trial of Bikram Yoga at our local studio and I have three words for you. So. Much. Sweat. I genuinely do not think I have ever produced so much sweat in a single period of 90 minutes in my life. The first day,…… Continue reading Bikram… one week in.
What a rollercoaster 2016 has been. Not just for me, but I think for everyone. So many beautiful celebrities were taken from us and attacks -both terrorist and unprovoked shootings- wreaked havoc in our society… it seemed every single time we switched on the television to watch the news, something terrible had happened again and…… Continue reading New Year, Same Me…With Some Improvements.
Exams are finally over, it is less than a week until Christmas, and the last week has allowed me to reflect on what I’ve done this year and what I can take from my experiences. This year has been one of the biggest roller coasters of my life so far. It would be easy to…… Continue reading Time to reflect