Mental Health

Mental Health Monday – Working on myself, healing and finding happiness!

Hi everybody! Today, I wanted to welcome a new component to my blog: MENTAL HEALTH MONDAY I've noticed recently that I overwork myself and take very little time to focus on myself, my happiness and the art of recuperating after the stresses of every day life. I allow my anxieties to build up, with the… Continue reading Mental Health Monday – Working on myself, healing and finding happiness!

Autism

Autism and me – an acceptance journey

That's the thing. I never anticipated being a 19-year-old sitting face to face with my Therapist discussing the possibilities of an Autism diagnosis. It seems, my wonderful Therapist had picked up on possible Autistic traits in me during our sessions together (for my Anorexia Nervosa) which had mutually been a struggle for a while. My… Continue reading Autism and me – an acceptance journey

Little Owl Farm

Goat girl, eighteen months on!

I began volunteering at Little Owl Farm back in February 2017. Wholeheartedly, the best decision I've ever made! (Yes, I'll say this until I'm red in the face...) Its been 18 months consisting of joyful memories, hard (but always super fun!) work, an abundance of bus trips and the most compassionate hugs. And, most importantly,… Continue reading Goat girl, eighteen months on!

Autism

Autistic pride day!

18/06/2018 represents Autistic Pride Day. But what exactly is the day all about? Autistic pride day is the celebration of the neurodiversity of people on the autism spectrum. It celebrates what people with autism bring to the community and recognises their potential. Pride being a huge component in the way I feel about my diagnosis.… Continue reading Autistic pride day!

Work experience

Autism – Discovering the real me two years on

20/05/2018 marks two years exactly since I received my Autism diagnosis. Autism is a vast spectrum filled with wonderful, bright and intelligent people with big hearts and kind souls. Each with our own unique personalities. A spectrum I am proud to be part of. I remain both overwhelmed and proud of everything I have achieved… Continue reading Autism – Discovering the real me two years on