Grief Is The Price We Pay For Love

Grief is one of the most confusing things I’ve experienced; and having not experienced this since I was a teenager it feels even more profound as an adult. How can I go about my normal day and smile and laugh with my colleagues, but at the same time feel heartbroken and sick at the thought…

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This year has taken its toll on us all in one way or another; we’ve all felt the brunt of several lockdowns and the year anniversary of Covid-19. One thing I’ve certainly struggled with this last year is body image. I’ve touched upon this briefly before but not so much from a personal perspective. One…

Challenge 12: The Letters

This was by far my favourite challenge of the year; although I didn’t think it would be as difficult as it turned out to be. I gave myself the challenge of writing 25 letters in December and posting or hand delivering them to people – however, I shared posts on my Instagram and Facebook pages…

Challenge 11: 100 Origami Cranes

November’s challenge was a different kind to any of the previous 10; but it was a lovely suggestion from one of my work colleagues. I decided that as well as making the 100 cranes I would write messages on them and give them out or leave them in places for people to find. After making…

Challenge 10: The Mind Walk

So, the Mind Walk is actually the reason why the challenges of 2020 became a thing. I’d just signed up to take part in a walk held in London to raise awareness and bring about the conversation regarding mental health and thought why just do one? Why not challenge myself all year to raise money…