Yes, you read the title correctly. My Masters has helped my mental health enormously- or certainly my eating habits anyway (my stress levels, on the other hand, are another matter entirely). As overjoyed as I was to be given a place on my MA course, when I saw my timetable, I… View Post

2016 was a weird one. For the most part, I had a cracking time: I graduated with a 2:1, started my MA course, made progress with my blog, completed Tough Mudder, moved house, travelled to new countries and was surrounded throughout the year by loved ones, both new and old.… View Post

If you’re reading this, then I’m truly grateful that you’ve stuck around. It’s been no secret that I’ve been MIA on here for half of the year, and I could give you a million excuses, but I’m sure you have neither the time nor patience (plus I wrote a lot of… View Post

I’m finally at a point in my life where, for the first time in a long time, I don’t totally hate the way I look. Yes, I’ve put on some weight over the summer, but I don’t glance in the mirror and completely despise what I see. Having said that, I… View Post

So as some of you may already be aware, the 16th of May is the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. This year’s theme is ‘relationships’, which can mean anything: the relationships you have with your friends, family, partner, work or school mates, and- most importantly- with yourself. To mark the occasion,… View Post