This is a follow on from my previous post about the different strategies I have used over the summer & autumn this year to cope with my anxiety and depression. Avoiding Isolation is a key one for me, as I have always feared isolation and loneliness from a young age. The huge desire to fit… Continue reading Avoiding Isolation
What I do when the evening meal is not exactly healthy.
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
Unpacked, Unemployed and Upbeat! So all the boxes are unpacked and I’m back at home with my parents for the year. It has not quite hit me yet that I have finished university. I got a 2.1 overall (with a several firsts thrown in too) so I’m pleased with that. It certainly reflects my three… Continue reading Back at Home
This is a snap from sunset from our hotel in Hersonissos! I have just returned from a post-exam treat holiday in Crete with my best friends from home. It was a fabulous holiday with my favourite people! We visited the island of Spinalonga – which used to be a leper colony from 1903-1957, it was… Continue reading Post-holiday Blues!