• Marie Kondo – Your Life

    It was in a virtual therapy session during the midst of my covid-19 lockdown that my therapist said ‘if it doesn’t make you happy then why are you worrying or even giving it space?’ I then then said ‘Sorry Kondo’ and she replied ‘exactly my point’ perhaps she didn’t want me to accuse her of

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  • Instagram took my likes

    2019, the year that cycling shorts became more than a comfortable cycling look, the year Jeremy Kyle got axed and the year that Instagram made Instagram a healthier and happier place for it’s users. But will it do this? Discuss. I was fortunate enough to grow up in a generation where social media wasn’t a

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  • Next Stop: Croatia

    Killing Eve, Make Up Revolution’s Conceal & Define Concealer and not forgetting, Miller & Carter Steakhouses have all managed to live up to the hype that viewers, users and diners have given it. Yet, there are some that have let me down. So do you see my drift? With all things in life, whether holiday locations,

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  • Age is a number, not a definition.

    “People have always been trying to silence me for one reason or another, whether it’s that I’m not pretty enough, I don’t sing well enough, I’m not talented enough, I’m not married enough, and now it’s that I’m not young enough,” Ray of Light, Into the Groove, Like a Virgin and of course Don’t Tell

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  • Millions Silenced 1 Voice

      I’m delighted to be working with two amazing charities in order to raise awareness for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I’ve lived with M.E./CFS for the last two years and in those two years I’ve come to realize how little education there is on the illness. There is still a stigma around it and I want

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  • Shooting in Public: Go Big or Go Home

    This post comes from an experience in which today my photographer, aka my cousin Flo and I were out taking some shots for an upcoming post. These images you’ll browse over today, weren’t supposed to be used so quickly but they felt right and also summed up the feeling of todays post; which came from

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  • Impostor Syndrome: The Millennial Crisis

    Yesterday, I took the day off work and it was glorious; massage and a manicure was definitely what was needed with my sciatic hip giving me jip but in between my activities, I flicked onto This Morning where there was an Irish lady declaring that she believed mental illness and poor mental health was being

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  • Self Care Saturdays

    Self-Care is the actions that individuals take for themselves, on behalf of and with others in order to develop, protect, maintain and improve their health, wellbeing or wellness. In my first weeks of attending therapy again, my new therapist asked the question ‘do you have any self-care rituals? At the time, I said, yeah totally,

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  • The Bullet Journal

    I wanted to touch base on something that has got nothing to do with chronic illness, fatigue or doctors. Woo to the hoo. Why? Well, our lives are filled with enough shit without my chronic illness woes so let’s not over egg the pudding and discuss something else. The bullet journal. This is one of

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