Book Review: Going Out by Scarlett Thomas

Today’s blog post is my review of a book by a favourite author of mine; Scarlett Thomas’, and the book is called ‘Going Out’. Now, I did read this a while ago, and write the review, but I’m posting this Book Review today as I feel it’s the right timing. … More Book Review: Going Out by Scarlett Thomas

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

Finding Your Ikigai

There have been days in the past where I’ve people-pleased, and not sure where I was going, or who I was, but that’s all changed now. I’m currently not working a corporate job, and that’s exactly how I like it. Life in the corporate world wasn’t what my soul needed, wasn’t who I really was, … More Finding Your Ikigai

Poem of the Day: The Winding Road

Sometimes things get a bit mixed up in my head – all thanks to fear really. My brain is just trying to protect me, because I’m doing something new and I’m afraid of being hurt or rejected by stepping out of my comfort zone and sharing my words with the world. Everyday I write my words, fight back by sharing my thoughts in the hope that they will inspire others, and today this poem is for all of us today – which happens to also be World Mental Health Day. … More Poem of the Day: The Winding Road