Blogs, mental health

Thoughts on panic-buying

Image source: Twitter.com/emilyrclays The world is a strange place at the moment. Anyone heading to Tesco this morning could easily be forgiven for thinking that it was Christmas Eve, given how busy it was. I went at 7.30am and the car park was rammed full. Shoppers were already loading their vehicles with what looked like… Continue reading Thoughts on panic-buying

Blogs, mental health, Studies

Imaginative Writing

Many of you will be aware that I returned to education back in September. Initially to retake my Maths & English GCSE's but with a view to moving onto an Access to Higher Education course and then ultimately to study creative writing and publishing at university. In reality it's a five year plan that, when… Continue reading Imaginative Writing

App reviews, Blogs, mental health

App review: Pixels

Pixels is an app for your phone that takes the basic premise of an old fashioned diary and reimagines it for the modern age. In it's most simple form it's a daily mood tracker. But take a little time to delve deeper into what the app has to offer and you'll find a fully fledged peronal diary application with detailed mood and feelings analysis at it's core.

Blogs, mental health

Under-achievement

Sometimes I find myself questioning the point of life. Especially from a personal point of view. I've been a part of this increasingly fucked up planet for nearly 40 years and I don't feel like I've achieved anything of particular merit. Take today for example. Today was one of 5 days a week I have… Continue reading Under-achievement

Blogs, mental health

S.A.D and forced festive frivolity.

I've been watching a lot of Christmas films the past few weeks. Many of them appalling TV movies that wouldn't have a hope of making it into the cinema. But they all have one key thing in common.