As I reflect on Endometriosis Awareness month, I am always surprised about how little people know about a condition that affects around 200 million people worldwide – an equal amount to women suffering with diabetes. […]
Recently, I made the decision to grow out all of my body hair. Since then, I have experienced a whole array of reactions from family and friends. These have ranged dramatically between open disgust on […]
This latest lockdown for many has been a time of disconnection and misery; for others, it’s been a time of reflection and self-discovery. For me, it’s been a pretty mixed bag. But, one thing for […]
Being a university student can be a very challenging time for many people, trying to find a balance between socialising, studying and looking after yourself, often in a completely new city or town. But, being a university student who also suffers with an eating disorder can be even harder.
I have always loved walking. It’s one of the most effective and cheapest ways of exercising whilst connecting to the world around you. It is also a great way to step away from troubling thoughts […]
Though this year has been tough, it has not been all negative. This article depicts the positive effect that lockdown had, and how love was re-discovered.
We’ve all seen those blogs and videos of some absolute machines, who get up at 3am, have one green tea for subsistence and bash out about eight hours of work, while also running a small […]