As you may have read before in my previous posts, I’m an anxiety sufferer. And sometimes it can be almost crippling. Anxiety is quite a contradictory feeling - the mind is alive with thoughts, feelings and ideas and yet the thought of putting anything in to action gives you such nauseating heart palpitations that … Continue reading Overcoming Life Anxiety
Today’s post is a little different, and prompted by a very, very good friend of mine who has started a journey, which I very much want to share with you all. When you think about it, the fact that we spend out lives striving for happiness, is a bit of an odd concept. You’d think … Continue reading How To Be Happy
Fallen off the fitness wagon? Well, haven't we all. I'm no saint when it comes to breaking my regime, learn from my mistakes and discover the best way to get back on track!
A blog post complete with things that periods are a good excuse for, a list of alternative ways to tell people about your TOTM and an essential 'Period Pack'.
This post may seem like a bit of a rant but it's something I've been wanting to say for a while...
Procrastination. Something none of us are strangers to… I mean, if there was an exam in it we probably all aced it at school or uni right? But the habit of putting off things we just don't want to do unfortunately did not stop after graduation. There are certain tasks that occur in our life … Continue reading 7 Simple Tasks We Are All Guilty Of Avoiding
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
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.
Okay, so I don’t mean for this post to sound totally ungrateful towards our parents because yes, they most probably made our career possible – as children they spent hours of their own precious time carting us to and from our specialist classes, forking out thousands of pounds for tuition fees, new dance shoes and … Continue reading The Parents Behind The Performer – And Their Extremely Annoying Habits.
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