Bad Day

I do not want my blog to turn into a negative ventilation for my anger/sadness, but at this specific moment in time I am completely stuck in a rut. On the 18th I have 2 3,500 word essays due in. I have done 500 of one and 1500 ish of the other one. Today I have done NOTHING. This is unacceptable, but my brain is mentally blocking itself from thinking calmly and rationally. Why brain why? Literally I’m in my third year of uni and I desperately need a 2:1 and I’m so concerned that I’m not going to achieve … Continue reading Bad Day

An Honest Piece About Quitting Smoking

This was one of the recent life decisions I made in order to make myself happier. Smoking is an isolating habit I formed when I was younger, not to mention it kills you! I don’t know if anybody else has found this as well, but there are literally so many pieces of literature circulating around about how it’s ‘oh it’s so easy to quit’ and that ‘I’ll never even think about smoking ever again’. There are also plenty more scientific pieces explaining what smoking does to your body and how your body will start recovering when you quit smoking. So … Continue reading An Honest Piece About Quitting Smoking

My Positive Experience Of Citalopram (So Far)

On the 23rd December 2016 I finally went to the GP and discussed my feelings of depression. I already exercise regularly, attend counselling sessions at university, eat healthily, have friends, get up and do my day (but I wouldn’t say to my best ability) etc. It’s not like I haven’t tried to do anything about my negative thoughts, it just didn’t seem to be working. So after what was a long time coming I decided I wanted to try anti depressants. Part of my initial reluctance around seeking using anti depressants is because of the fear in my own mind. … Continue reading My Positive Experience Of Citalopram (So Far)