Education, Health, personal, Photography

Do GCSE’s matter?

So with the Summer holidays kicking off and GCSE's all but done, I wanted to address something I'm passionate about. Firstly, I want to preface this by saying I'm not endorsing anything in terms of anyone's education. By no means does this post (or author) want to suggest that packing in your GCSE's and not… Continue reading Do GCSE’s matter?

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Health, mindfulness, Organic, personal

Cancer and Inspiration

There's a lot of sentences like 'Cancer is a monster', or that it is 'Evil' and unforgiving. Until it touches your life, you agree that yes, it is a monster. It is evil. When it's a part of your life you don't hate it, you don't want to shout at it or be angered. Something… Continue reading Cancer and Inspiration

Health, mindfulness, personal

It gets better after High School

TW: this post mentions mental health and vague mentions of drug use.  I realised recently that I've now been out of High School longer than I was there. I also realised I was allowing my experiences of it stop me from doing things. For example, I've never wanted to have an online presence in case… Continue reading It gets better after High School

Body Positive, personal

International Body Piercing day

June 28th is International Body Piercing day. Piercing is a form of body modification that is incredibly popular and shared by both genders and all kinds of people. According to Wikipedia (clearly the source of all knowledge ever) there's no set evidence as to when body piercing actually began. What we do know is that… Continue reading International Body Piercing day

personal

A Citalopram Story

Ever since High School I've had anxiety. I imagine pretty much anyone who reads this can probably say the same - that they've had anxiety at some point - and it continued into my adulthood. I found I had avoidance issues, and would drink alcohol in order to feel like I could get through social… Continue reading A Citalopram Story