I remember the repeated messages in school that we should be VERY careful about what we put on the internet. From revenge porn to future employers catching us drinking or engaging in
#BakeforBeat was a charity bake sale to round off Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2018 and raise some money to support Beat in their pioneering work to support people with Eating Disorders. It
Make it work for you I know for a lot of people Christmas can be a really difficult time so my first bit of advice is to make it work for you.
I talk a lot on here and on instagram about my experience of recovery and my current masters in Eating Disorders and Clinical nutrition. However, something I’m quite quiet about is my
Those of you who follow me closely on instagram will know that I work part time as a tutor. I couldn’t wait to throw in the colouring pencils when I graduated from
Until about a year ago, I thought stress was pretty good for me! I’m someone who loves to stress about the most minuscule of things, but I have always found this to
Guest post by Sophia Stirling Experiencing severe illness at the age of 20, Sophia was introduced to Aromatherapy and Yoga whilst recovering and since then has not gone a morning without the smell of
My dad really got me thinking last night. As we were chatting at our family supper he said, ‘you know Is, life isn’t the dress rehearsal, it’s the real thing.’ I’ve been