Making art isn’t always easy. But if it adversely affects your mental health, it’s time to wonder what you’re really looking for.
A sibling is (with any luck) the longest love any of us will ever know. And now, mine’s getting married.
Maybe I’m just getting old, but increasingly a spot of gardening is my go-to groove to soothe a frazzled brain. But did you know science backs gardening for your mental health?
From toxic masculinity to gaslighting bullshittery, this week I’m talking (ranting) about the key love lessons we could all stand to learn from the nation’s favourite Villa.
When was the last time you took a few days to remember the magic of simple pleasures? Check out my list of the small but significant joys I’ve been finding in Spain this week.
If you’re having a bad mental health day, cuddling up in bed with a good book can help – check out my top 4 books for a bad day here.
You can’t miss someone all the time, of course: you have to live and get on. But sometimes it’s important, to sit and remember.
When it comes to things my mother taught me, the list is endless and includes too many swear words – but here are 5 of the most important lessons my Mum’s provided.
Rest is good, but sometimes you need to change up your surrounds to reset your brain – and Scandi-cool Copenhagen is the perfect spot to do it.
Writer’s block and anxiety are a horrible mix, especially when writing defines who you are – so what’s a girl to do? Answer: nothing whatsoever.