In a world of miserable content, seeking out things to read that make you smile is a must-do activity. Here’s 5 of mine.
What does recovery from anxiety look like – is it the goal, or a work in progress?
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.
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.
This week’s blog is all about art for anxiety – plus me wondering how I’m going to offload all of the pottery I’ve made.
‘Positive thinking’ doesn’t come easy to many of us with mental health issues, but there is a way to train your brain for joy.
Trying to improve your mental health? Cutting the negative self talk is a good place to start.
Many of us think of quitting as a failure – but sometimes it can be the key to improving our mental health.
Bad days can’t be avoided, but they can be improved – here’s my 5 tips for beating a bad mental health day.