Frances Ivy – Dear Moon

This weeks blog post is something really special, I had the amazing opportunity to interview the beautiful and incredibly talented Frances Ivy. Her book ‘Dear Moon’ is a favourite of mine and after this blog post I’m sure it will be yours too. 1. When did you first get into writing? ‘I used to write…

Mental Health with Made In Chelsea…

Recently we had the pleasure of interviewing Made In Chelsea girls Lauren Hutton and Natalie Joel. They talked about how important getting help really is and what it did for them, why they chose The Blue Tree Clinic, experience with eating disorders and the pressures of body image with social media. I hope you enjoy…

My Favourite Books…

I’ve always been a huge fan of reading, I find that it’s a great way to relax and for everything just to be still for a little while. In this post I wanted to show you guys some of my favourite books that I’ve read recently – these range from novels to poetry to autobiographies….

Be your own Valentine…

So Valentines Day is fast approaching and to lot of people that means celebrating it with the person you love. But to a lot of people it means spending it alone. With a bottle (or 2) of wine and the biggest box of chocolates you can find. Don’t get me wrong it’s lovely when you…

My letter to you…

Dear you, I’m sorry that right now, life isn’t going the way you planned, that every day seems a little worse than the last and nothing you could try to do can make it better. I’m sorry that you’re sad, that no one or nothing can numb the pain, not even for a second. I…

A little inspiration for 2017…

Since 2016 is drawing to a close and we’ll soon be heading into 2017 (which is a scary thought!) I wanted to do a blog on some of my favourite quotes I’ve fallen in love with this past year, which hopefully will give you some kind of comfort, guidance and inspiration for 2017. 2016 has…

Mental Health Matters…

Mental health is a very real and serious thing. 1 out of 4 people in the UK experience a mental illness, which just shows that a lot of these sufferers, suffer in silence. These people are friends, colleagues, partners, acquaintances, strangers on the street. These people have feelings, they feel sad, worthless, miserable, not good…

Depression is a disease. Not a choice.

This post is probably one of the most honest things I’ve ever written.  Aching. Tired. Alone. Scared. Exhausted. Miserable. Sad.  You feel not good enough. You start to doubt yourself in every aspect of your life. You think you are not loved. You think you have no one. You start to constantly think about rock…

Life after Graduation. Where do we go from here?

Hey guys, Sorry it’s been so long since I last posted! I got really inspired to write this post earlier this week, on monday I graduated from university! WAAHHEEEYYYY! I can’t quite believe that 3 years has gone just like that, I’m so happy to have finally graduated but also really sad at the same…

If you’re having a bad day…

Some mornings I wake up and I feel great, like I’m ready to do something productive, whether that’s go to work, or hang out with friends, go on a day trip. Some days I wake up and I feel really good, I look forward to the rest of the day, now it’s Autumn and it’s…

I Choose Forgiveness…

I’ve always been a huge believer in forgiveness, that forgiving someone heals you, helps you stand up a little stronger than before, helps you be someone better. It helps you move on from people that have wronged you, and not live with a bitter heart.   ‘Forgiveness doesn’t excuse their behaviour. Forgiveness prevents their behaviour…

My very first music review…Johanna Alba – Silent Confirmation

Hey Guys! Hope you’re all doing well and having a great week! This post is a very different one but I’m really excited about it as I’m doing a blog on Johanna Alba’s beautiful EP ‘Silent Confirmation’ I’ve never ‘reviewed’ anything before and I’m not entirely sure how to go about it, but I love…