The reality of living in an instant society is that we live in the age of fad diets, quick fixes, instant messenger, social networking, 24/7 live news updates. Everything we want to know, do, see, read, be, we are told we can instantly have. This is ingrained in us; text that person now to see […]Read More
If you broke your leg you’d talk about it right? See a doctor, get some rest, take it easy. Well mental health is the same. Talking about it has always made it less overwhelming and isolating for me. Take comfort in we’re all imperfect and just doing our best. Be kind.
I decided to escape from York for a bit and just go on a drive. Rather than turn around the further I got, I continued on until I reached Scarborough. I always felt better near the sea. There is something very therapeutic about the sea – it’s motion, the smell, how it sound. It always […]Read More
Sue Ryder run a project called, Sew Many Memories, where you turn your loved ones clothes into a patchwork quilt. Almost three years ago my Dad passed away from cancer at Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice (I’ve spoken about this more here). Since then his clothes have sat comfortably in his drawers, apart from the odd […]Read More
I always say I love Instagram… which is true. I love scrolling through all the types of photographs; artsy, food, nature, creative, motivational, as well as seeing what my friends and family are up to. Yet sometimes it makes me feel worse. If I see a photo of so and so having a great time with […]Read More