Blogs, mental health

Lockdown

Things ate kind of strange at the moment for all of us, no matter where in the world we might be. In the UK at least, we've been in lockdown for the past three weeks, with a further three week extension announced by the government earlier this week. For most, unless you fall into the… Continue reading Lockdown

Blogs, mental health

Sinking

Today has not been a good day. Well, if I'm honest the past few weeks haven't exactly been peachy. But today it felt like everything just came to a bloody tedious head. I was supposed to give a short presentation today as part of my English group. I say supposed because right up until I… Continue reading Sinking

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

Low

I've hit a massive low over the past few days, and I knew it was coming. I have this strange ability to sense when my mind is about to crash out on me, but yet I just carried on as normal and ignored the warning signs until it was too late. And so the crash… Continue reading Low

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.