This time of year in the UK is tricky. It’s dark. It’s damp. Having a sunny outlook on things is generally regarded to be a superb achievement. Meanwhile, the US is totally showing us up.
The term ‘Self-care’ has become popularised with regards to mental health – and it’s a good thing too. It’s self-care week, so it’s about bloody time you knew what it is and why it’s rad.
I enjoy video games – both playing and spectating. The trouble is, I find myself to be hopelessly bad at them. So I’ve made it my mission to find games for people who can’t play games.
Let’s talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be. Salt-n-Pepa references over with for now, there’s a lot people misunderstand about stress – one major thing being, it can actually be good.
Stress? Pah, we all get stressed. While that might be true, for some of us, it can have devastating effects that go on to impact our physical health, as well as our loved ones.
The last few weeks I’ve been struggling to summon very much motivation or excitement for anything, even things I’ve looked forward to in the past. And people are starting to notice.
There’s a lot more to the ‘Dam than Mary Jane and ladies of the night (or, as it turns out, any time of day you want).
It’s that time of year again – the leaves are turning warm shades of gold and red, knitwear is back on the agenda and you suddenly have the urge to drink something spiced. It’s the best. Or is it?
Electrical work. Drilling. Plastering. Dust absolutely everywhere. If one more person says “But it’ll be so good when it’s all done!” to me I think I might implode.
For most 9-5 workers, we spend a lot of our time counting down the hours until the weekend. Even so, many of us are all-too-accustomed to that sinking feeling around 6pm on a Sunday night.