How Being a Social Media Manager Can Affect Your Mental Health

Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy my job. I’m lucky to be born in an era where social media is a thing. It allows me to be creative without actually having the skills of drawing or anything like that. However, it can be quite demanding. You can work so hard on content and find it … Continue reading How Being a Social Media Manager Can Affect Your Mental Health

A Day in the Life of Someone who Lives with Depression

I am going to try and explain what it is like living with depression. People’s experiences with depression vary and so not everything I say will be the same with everyone who suffers. I have wanted to write about my experiences with depression and anxiety because whilst a lot of people understand the symptoms I … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Someone who Lives with Depression

NOT All Genders Get Their Period

I actually can’t believe I am having to write this post but here we are. Recently, the brand Always has changed their packaging on their tampons and sanitary towels to make their more inclusive for all the non-binary, trans community that also have to use their products. As a female myself I don’t particularly take … Continue reading NOT All Genders Get Their Period

Why I Get Annoyed By The Fat Positivity Movement

The body positivity movements started because it was promoting other body shapes besides the stick-thin figure everyone was obsessed with. They stopped promoting thigh gaps and starting promoting curvy women that people weren’t used to seeing in the media. I’m happy everyone agrees that being stupidly skinny isn’t worth it but this is taking the … Continue reading Why I Get Annoyed By The Fat Positivity Movement

Loving Someone With Mental Illness

Relationships can be difficult without the added challenges that mental illness brings to the table. Dealing with mental illness can be emotionally draining and exhausting but sometimes knowing that someone is there to support and help you every step of the way is the reassurance to carry on. Not only have I myself suffered from … Continue reading Loving Someone With Mental Illness