What I do when the evening meal is not exactly healthy.
This post will attempt to give an insight into some of the strategies I have used to help cope with my anxiety and depression. I originally thought this post would cover all of my coping strategies – yet I had so much to say so I decided to post one at a time throughout the… Continue reading Day-to-day Motivation
So for dinner today, my Mum cooked a delicious meal. It was pan fried trout, drizzled with lemon, served with sweet potato, cooked tomatoes & french beans. YUM!!!! Nuff said really…. Sorry I only remembered to take the picture after I started eating, but oh well!
Part of the beauty of working part-time at the moment is that I have free time for days out. I was planning on going to Manchester for the day to try on clothes for my uncle’s wedding in Canada, however, I did not feel quite up to a day of changing rooms & stressing over… Continue reading Haddon Hall
Yesterday I made this for my lunch and it was delicious!! The recipe is from the BBC Good Food Website, but I edited it a bit because of what I had in the house. Its very healthy, especially when served with salad, it also keeps you quite full all afternoon (without that 3pm post-carb slump)… Continue reading Beetroot Falafel
OK so my reasons behind having a gap year are key to the elements discussed on this blog – past, present and future. The reasons have developed or changed over the last year or so but here they are. Save up some Money These days, doing any sort of higher education requires some serious financial… Continue reading Reasons why I chose to have a Gap Year
So in my previous post of excuses I briefly mentioned the new craze of adult colouring books as a new way to relax. I got this colouring book last Christmas from my Mum and Dad, who saw it as a nice way to have breaks from revision and uni work. Well they weren’t wrong and… Continue reading The concept of Art Therapy