There only seem to be two main triggers left with my anxiety, and they're fairly manageable; not being able to get out, and toilets. The first one only really crops up with things like the theatre - which makes tickets a bit more expensive - and meetings, where I can tell myself "it's only an … Continue reading Travel Anxiety
Yesterday I got the cheeky lil WordPress email telling me I need to renew my payment method...because I've had this site for one whole year! And what a year it's been. I started this blog as a way to get in control of my feelings, emotions and panic attacks, and an outlet for anxiety on … Continue reading Blogging – One Year On
I've been a fan of Sophie Kinsella since my German Exchange partner bought me Remember Me? As a going away gift. I was 14, and it was a brilliant reader. Straight after that I moved on to the Undomestic Goddess (the book that gave me unrealistic expectations of living in London and working in the … Continue reading My Not So Perfect Life – Sophie Kinsella – Book Review
Ahhh, I love Bank Holidays - particularly when the weather is on our side! When does this ever happen?! Edd and I took Friday off work, because we've both got a tonne of holiday from work left to take (lucky us, I know, just where do you take it?). So, we thought we'd give ourselves … Continue reading Brighton – fun in the sun!
In case I haven't mentioned one billion times; I'm going to New York in September! I'm so excited, and it's been on the "dream holiday" list for so long! We've finally got some sort of plan together, thanks to handy tips from friends, family and the wonderful world wide web... Chicago on Broadway - I'm … Continue reading New York, here we come!
Saturday was my 24th birthday! Major thanks to lovely friends and family for a series of wonderful gifts and experiences - Edd and I went to Wicked on Thursday, I had a glitter party with my work friends, and then on Saturday my lovely pals since uni came round for drinks and catching up. Today … Continue reading Treat Yo Self
I've always had quite vivid dreams. At least, I've always thought I had quite vivid dreams. When I was little, my nightmares were terrifying because they were so realistic. Not so much the dinosaurs trampling me and my mum on the way to school, but how everything else looked and felt so real. Dreams are … Continue reading Sweet Dreams Are Made of Citalopram