This time last year I had finally completed my CBT and counselling. It was a great day, hugely proud of myself and the following 12 months have been one hell of a journey. For a few months after I had finished my therapy I was still having some issues with anixety. My depression and PTSD … Continue reading This Time Last Year
I've been home now a few weeks now and it's given me time to see how much Australia has changed me. Before I left for Australia I was someone who struggled to leave the house without looking like someone who had just had an all day sesh in town, spent the night passed out by … Continue reading New Life Lessons
On the last 3 or 4 phones I have owned I had a 'sleeping songs' playlist. I first created the playlist when I got my very first iPhone back when I was around 17 years old. The playlist was created mainly because I was severely depressed. It was filled with emotional, slow songs that could … Continue reading Sleeping Songs – Depression Playlist
So the other evening there was a super worm moon. The last super moon of 2019 and the moon happened to coincide with the equinox. The last time that happened was back in 1905 and won't happen again till 2144 so I just had to make the most of it with some meditation. I have … Continue reading Super Worm Moon!
We all love some self care. Whether it's a bubble bath, chocolate cake or a night in on the weekend. It feels nice to have time to ourselves. But it doesn't always get to the root of why you feel like you need some self care in the first place. I've always been one to … Continue reading Self Care – 4 Stages Of Why
Our day at Fraser Island started off a bit gloomy. There had been a cyclone hit the area not that long before so when we were staying at Rainbow Beach it was quite rainy but we still went ahead with the tour and I’m glad we did. We got picked up by a 4x4 bus/lorry. … Continue reading Fraser Island
We went to the Great Barrier reef whilst we were staying in Arlie Beach. We caught a boat which took us through and past the Whitsunday island and after about a two hour boat ride we made it to the pontoon at Heart Reef which got it’s name because of the heart shape (duh). I … Continue reading Great Barrier Reef