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My Mind & Me

This post has been a long time coming, I’ve written so many similar things, deleted them and started again. Who am I kidding, this isn’t going to be easy, but will it ever? Earlier this year I was diagnosed with anxiety, something I always knew I had. What I didn’t know was that I was …

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Blogmas Day 4 ❅ Let’s talk SAD

Today’s Blogmas is a deep one, but since it’s the season where SAD (seasonal affective disorder) creeps into peoples lives it seemed appropriate. So I suggest you grab yourself a nice cuppa, a biscuit or two and snuggle down for a read. SAD, also known as ‘winter depression’ can have a massive impact on someone’s …

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World Mental Health Day

Wednesday 10th October – #WorldMentalHealthDay Mental health issues have existed for years, the language around it hasn’t. We’re becoming increasingly better at recognising mental health however more could be done. That’s why days like today are so important, to continue raising awareness! We all know someone’s who’s struggled with mental health, it’s extremely unlikely that …

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National Apprenticeship Week | my experience of apprenticeships

Since NAW 2018 (National Apprenticeship Week) is rapidly approaching I thought I’d best share my experience in hope of inspiring others to take the plunge and find themselves an vocational opportunity. I seriously recommend apprenticeships and I really hope that is portrayed in todays post. So let’s start right at the beginning, which is probably late 2015 …

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Keep it simple | a guide to clear skin

Skin care is a hot topic within the blogging world as we’re all looking to better our skin. Now if you’re like me you’re probably desperately searching for the product that provides you with flawless skin. Recently I’ve discovered if I keep my skin care routine simple, I see the best results. Firstly you don’t need …

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University | why you don’t have to go

Further education was something I never considered but suddenly it was enforced and I found myself applying for sixth from. Of course I had the choice not to stay on and I could receive training else where, but at the time that’s not what I wanted. It turns out these two final years in education were the …

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