I’ve been on this planet for 30 years, and if it’s taught me anything, it’s that we all have some s*** to clear. Pardon my French. Time and time again I come up against the same message. Whether it’s about our physical health, our mental wellbeing, or generally how to live a better life: our thoughts determine our quality of life. It’s such a simple message really, but getting to grips with it can be a royal pain in the arse.
Approximately 1 in 4 people experience mental health issues every year, with about 6 out of 100 people being diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder. The fact that this is so common means we really need to do something to address this issue...
From the age of consent we’re told to “be safe”, “use protection” and consider going on the pill, as if it were absolutely normal to alter our natural cycle in order to prevent pregnancy...
A couple of posts ago, I mentioned that I was going to look after myself like a nutrition client, and unravel what was really going on inside my body… and… well… I have!
World Mental Health Day wasn’t just something I could let pass me by without a public acknowledgement. Many of you will know that this subject is dear to my heart.
Currently, in the Western world there seems to be a massive push for equality and perfection, and it’s becoming increasingly clear that a huge number of women are struggling as a result.
When mental health gets discussed, everything seems to point to the brain, with behaviour, thought patterns and memories being the main focus. But what if I told you that your gut has a lot to say on the matter? Would you believe me?!
To some degree or another we get to a point when we hit a wall, whether it be in our work, relationships, a project that we’re working on, or even our self- development.