My Blog split up into different sections.

Australian Adventure:
I came out to Australia the a few months after I finished my therapy. Here you will find how life has been since being over here, my struggles with anxiety and my experiences.

I’ve been lucky enough to be able to explore different countries whilst on family holidays, holidays with friends and solo travelling. Here you will find the places I have been, the things I did and the challenges I faced.

This section is filled with articles about the methods I used to cope with my mental health, stories, thoughts and an insight into my mind. It’s great if you are looking for ideas to help either yourself or someone you know who might be fighting a mental battle.

In this section you will find posts about body image/confidence, insecurities and tips I use to look after myself. It’s a section that is mainly focused around loving yourself, appreciating yourself and embracing yourself.

Here you will find content relating to meditation, spiritual awareness and my own personal experiences. Great if you are looking for some inner zen.

Equine World:
Horses have always been a big part of my life therefore they deserve their own section of course! Here you will find my previous work life in the horse industry along with my stories in the horse world.

The Deep Stuff:
Here is all of my personal secrets/stories. This is where you will find all things mental health. My own battles, my lows and my stories. It is split into 3 sections.

Here are all of my articles related to my PTSD. PTSD is something I have been battling for many years and it was the hardest mental issue I had to come to terms with in order to conquer it.

Anxiety is something I still struggle with today. It’s been the hardest mental illness to try and conquer. In this section you will find articles posted that explain my anxiety, how my anxiety works and what I try and do to tame it.

When I had depression it was the hardest thing for me to accept. Deep down I knew that I was depressed but never wanted to admit it mainly due to the stigma that surrounds it. In this section you will find my battles with depression. My extreme lows, my experiences and when I finally admitted defeat.


Please feel free to explore The Life Of Emma!