Warning for discussion of diet culture, body shaming and eating disorders. It's that time of the year again! The sun is out, the sunburn is inevitable, and the bedsheets are off! Despite not being the best in heat, I do love Summer! It's always fun to go outside, have water fights, and not have to pile … Continue reading SURVIVING SUMMER IN RECOVERY
Warning for discussion of my struggles with an eating disorder. I've finished first year! No. Way!! Still can't quite believe that I've made it! Through exams, assessments, showcases, (maybe too) many nights out... AND FOOD! I wanted to write this post mainly about how I've coped with eating and continuing with recovery through University. But I … Continue reading A YEAR AT UNIVERSITY: SURVIVED!
So, this Easter break I was lucky enough to take a few days with my boyfriend to visit the home of Freia chocolate, fjords and SO many Teslas (like seriously JEEZ)... NORWAY! Truthfully, my knowledge before visiting the country was pretty limited, but I was extremely excited to check out all the beautiful scenery and … Continue reading A COSY CABIN STAY IN NORWAY
Warning for slight discussion of my struggles with an Eating Disorder. So, last week I was lucky enough to take a few days with my boyfriend to visit the home of the Mona Lisa, Disney Land and Croissants… PARIS! I have always loved the place, having visited Disney Land many times before with my family. … Continue reading A PERFECT CITY BREAK TO PARIS
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! WE MADE IT!! I started 2019 off right: cuddling a dog (which is obviously the MAIN thing I'm bringing into 2019) and drinking lots of cider. When we transition into a new year, I think it’s easy to focus on what we haven’t succeeded in, creating resolutions on things we need to … Continue reading A FEW THINGS I’M BRINGING INTO 2019
Warning for discussion of my struggles with an eating disorder. Christmas is always a tough time when you struggle with an eating disorder. Last year I wrote a post about my wish for 2017 Christmas, coming from a place where I was struggling the most. I remember waking up last Christmas with a sinking feeling … Continue reading A BETTER (YET STILL DIFFICULT) CHRISTMAS
This story is a rough first draft, loosely based off of a panic attack I had last year, showing the event in the perspective of my Mum. Enjoy! She adjusts the tie and her fingers are trembling against the fabric. I woke up at 7am to get her that tie. My engine roars as I … Continue reading A SHORT STORY; THE JOURNEY TO WORK