Too often in our society we gloss over the most important issues many of the population face on a daily basis. Too often we disregard the importance of our mental health, and the ignorance we have propagated is discouraging for those who face an everyday fight against the stigma. Prince Harry's decision to speak about… Continue reading Why Prince Harry’s Mental Health Admission is so Important
If you are a millennial, you will probably remember growing up with dial-up internet, Nokia 3310's and Fresh Prince of Bel Air. We may be classified as the lucky generation though, because we have grown up in a time when technological advances have developed quicker than ever. Smartphones, GPS, social media and wireless internet to name… Continue reading 24 Life Lessons I’ve Learned as a 24 Year Old Millennial
I can remember when I was in my first year of university, I scribbled down a bucket list of things I wanted to do before I finished my degree. One of those was to graduate; and to this day I'm still perplexed as to how it happened, but nevertheless I did it. 6 years later,… Continue reading My 30 Before Thirty Bucket List
A few weeks ago, I did a little bit of a social media experiment. I promised myself that I wouldn't post anything on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter for a month. I lasted 7 days. Those seven days were probably the loneliest days I've had since the turn of the year. Although it didn't help that… Continue reading Social Media – The Most Addictive Drug
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”. Many of you will have heard this popular phrase before, but how many of you can say that it truly reflects your feelings? How many of you can honestly say that what people say doesn’t matter? That you don’t care what people… Continue reading Words – The Silent Killer
Bit of a strange topic for one of my blog posts, and not really something I've touched upon before. Not sure why, maybe fear of the unknown or fear of a bad reaction. Although it's something I think is worth speaking about and if I can make one person feel better from reading this, then… Continue reading Is there such a thing as “part-time depression”?