• This year I have really struggled with my mental health. I have always had to …
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  • For my 20th book of 2019 I chose ‘The Water Cure’ by Sophie Mackintosh from my …
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  • When I first moved (wow, almost two years ago now!) I set myself the goal …
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  • While I was nursing my hangover last Sunday an unexpected notification lit up my iPhone …
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  • For as long as I can remember I’ve always loved to read. I could …
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  • The phrase ‘cruelty free’ or ‘CF’ is thrown around a lot these days. We’ve …
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  • Working Out For Mental Health – Why I Joined The Gym

    This year I have really struggled with my mental health. I have always had to deal with anxiety day-to-day, but a couple of months ago I was feeling depressed, stressed and out of control. I was off work for a while to try and chill out and it did me the world of good. I have learned to be grateful…
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    Book Review: The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh

    For my 20th book of 2019 I chose ‘The Water Cure’ by Sophie Mackintosh from my pile of t0-read books. I originally heard about The Water Cure from YouTube and I saw that it was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, so I picked it up when I was browsing in Tottenham Court Road Waterstones. I’m so glad I did.…
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    5 London Vegan Restaurants you Need to Visit in 2019

    When I first moved (wow, almost two years ago now!) I set myself the goal of trying all possible vegan restaurants I could find in London. Looking back this was a very naive goal to set because I had absolutely no idea how massive veganism was down here compared to the North East. There are literally 100s of restaurants to…
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    5 Things I’ve Learned From My 9 Years On Twitter

    While I was nursing my hangover last Sunday an unexpected notification lit up my iPhone screen – “It’s your Twitter anniversary! You joined 9 years ago today!” I have been on Twitter for 9 years. I actually felt a bit old at that moment, but also grateful that I spent my teenage years on social media and am able to…
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    My Journey from Reading to Writing

    For as long as I can remember I’ve always loved to read. I could read books fast, even in one day, and take in the story naturally. It left me wanting more. I definitely wasn’t the best reader in the world, but I had a craving for it. Any unique story gets me engaged, as long as I’m interested in…
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