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Routine, Balance and Getting Back Up When Things Go Wrong

Hello! Welcome back to my blog 🙂 It's been a while since I last wrote a post, but this week I've been inspired to share some of my thoughts on routine and balance, and how I "stay afloat" (and get back on track) when things aren't going my way. Sometimes, it can be really difficult …

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Sleep Anxiety, Insomnia and Catastrophic Thinking

Do you, or have you, ever struggled to fall asleep? Worried about falling asleep? Worried about the effects of sleep loss? Lay awake at night feeling anxious? Felt like you can't switch your mind off at night? Found it difficult to shut down? Gone days, weeks or months without getting a proper night's sleep? If …

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How Modern Life Might Be Making You Anxious

More and more people are experiencing anxiety and being diagnosed with anxiety disorders. It's great that there is less stigma around it now, but why are so many of us suffering from anxiety?! Obviously, there are loads of factors, from brain chemicals and hormones to trauma, environment, stress levels and more. But, personally, I think …

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Things you can do indoors to feel better: Exercise

Hello! Welcome to my second post in the small series I'm writing on "things you can do indoors to feel better" (based on the fact that many of us are stuck in quarantine). This time I'm focusing on exercise. If you are struggling with anxiety, or any other aspect of your mental health, it's well …

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