December: Word of the Month – ‘Present’

Happy first of December!  This month I want to focus on the word ‘Present’. Not because of Christmas, although that’s probably something that a lot of people are beginning to think about. Certainly I’ve been thinking about it for the past few weeks, but let’s leave the past in the past, and the upcoming Christmas … More December: Word of the Month – ‘Present’

November: Word of the Month – ‘Kindness’

At the beginning of each month, I’ve decided to focus on one word for that month, and this month’s word is Kindness. Kindness to others, but also – and perhaps more importantly – kindness to yourself. We’ve had a bit of an intense couple of months, and I’m concentrating on being understanding and kind to … More November: Word of the Month – ‘Kindness’

My Review: NaNoWriMo

For those of you who aren’t aware of NaNoWriMo, it’s simply a shortened version of National Novel Writing Month, which takes place every November. There is also something similar, part of the same organisation, that takes place in April and July called Camp NaNo, but for this post we’re just focusing on NaNoWriMo. It’s a … More My Review: NaNoWriMo

Be Creative Series: Sketchbook Art for Mental Health

This post will be part of a new series of monthly blog posts, all about how creativity, across many different creative activities, can help with your mental health. This month I want to focus on sketchbook art – mainly because October is The Big Draw, and also known as Inktober, both of which are very well known in the social media sphere. … More Be Creative Series: Sketchbook Art for Mental Health