Saying bye to the booze ** TW – Alcohol**

For a 5ft2 pint-sized person, I sure do used to drink a lot of wine. I’ve never been the go-out-every-weekend-and-do-shots-in-nightclubs kind of person, but since I turned 20 (five years ago) you’d rarely see me after 18:00 without a glass of wine in my hand. This was just a part of my evening routine: get home from... Continue Reading →

What Christmas 2020 meant to me

My favourite Christmas tradition is to wake up early whilst the rest of the house sleeps on, shrouded in darkness. I pad downstairs in my dressing gown and slippers and turn on the Christmas tree lights, breathe in its piney scent and watch the lights twinkle lazily, hearing only the reliant ticking of the clock.... Continue Reading →

Mental Health in Lockdown

As someone who has notoriously struggled to prioritise improving my own mental health, I've always been great at finding welcome distractions to ensure it's never at the top of my list. But, deprived of interruptions through lock-down, I gave time to think about the way I think. What I found wasn’t great. Working in a high-pressure... Continue Reading →

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