"Feel your feet on the mat. Feel the air around you. Enjoy being present' - said a yoga teacher, once. “Feel your feet on the mat. Feel the air around you. Enjoy this feeling of truly being present’ It’s 7am, I was on a roof in Kings Cross and taking part in a summer solstice … Continue reading Oh hey, I’m here, but… I’m also kind of not.
As I sit here eating yet another bowl of whole grains and greenery through choice, and with just three weeks to go before I embark on the biggest physical challenge I've ever endured (well minus that St Patrick's weekend in Cork - that really did put my body through a lot), I've had the time … Continue reading Running : a poor (wo)man’s therapy
because exercise releases the happy things in your mind that help you turn Monday into Tuesday.
SHE'S FINALLY CRACKED. The cries of each of you opening this post. But hear me out. Often people ask what anxiety feels like, how do you explain it, when do you know it's what you've got. The way I've always described it? My brain is like a motorway. A really shitty journey on the M3, … Continue reading Anxiety & traffic issues: a correllation
There's The Knowledgable Girl and The Organised Girl...and The Anxious As All Hell Girl...
So I know it's been a while since we had a little mental health post, but I got really weary of not wanting to 'overdo' it after all that went on earlier this year. I was floored by the success of the work of the Heads Together campaign and it felt so overwhelming to have … Continue reading Anxiety – The 12 years I convinced myself it was asthma
A couple of weeks ago, I listened to the High Low podcast (something I'm becoming mildly obsessed with FYI - don't ask, I think it's the posh accents) and the subject on being 'average' was broached. The idea that being just an average girl in a average house with an average income was no longer good … Continue reading The fear of being average