Your 20s are a funny thing – you’ve been flung out of the comfortable nest of regime, education and guidance and suddenly you’re told to be an adult. And you’re just like – “What? Nobody taught me how to ‘adult’ in school?! I’m not ready!” But we really have no choice in the matter – … Continue reading 20 Things You Shouldn’t Be Worrying About In Your 20’s
When it comes to winter (especially January), it can be a struggle to keep your spirits up - so it’s all about focusing on the little things in life. So, what was my Winter Win this week? Well, one of the good things about January is that nobody judges me for wearing active wear 24/7. … Continue reading My Winter Win!
I spend, the majority of my time these days, feeling guilty. It sucks. I don't think people in normal jobs get this. Well, maybe, but not to the same extent that we do (and by we I mean performers). Not all of us suffer from this, but I'm pretty sure most of us do. What … Continue reading The Performer’s Guilt Complex And How To Banish It.
Cancer. A word that holds nothing but negative connotations and brings with it a feeling of fear, dread and frankly, misery. One way or another, we have all experienced the wrath of cancer, be it remotely or very close to home, it is now so common that effects all our lives. There are some lucky … Continue reading Cancer; The fight continues – and why you should join the battle.
I decided to write something a little different this week, in honour of Eating Disorders Awareness week. This is my struggle with the illness anorexia - no, I wasn't a sufferer, but I still struggled, while I had to sit and watch my sister go through this destructive process. It first dawned on me that … Continue reading Anorexia: The Unknown Aftermath