Book Review: Still Alice By Lisa Genova

Still Alice is the story of one woman's descent into dementia through early onset Alzheimer's Disease. 50 year old Alice Howland was a renowned psychology professor at Harvard, called upon to give guest lectures and speeches in her field around the globe. A busy professional with a choc-a-block schedule, when she first started experiencing moments … Continue reading Book Review: Still Alice By Lisa Genova

The Liebster Award

The incredible Katie over at Katastrophique¬†(check out her blog and Twitter feed, she's one lovely lady) has nominated me for the Liebster award which recognises new bloggers and gets to know more about them... What the¬†Liebster Award stands for: The Liebster award was created to recognise new bloggers and rewards writing talent. The award has … Continue reading The Liebster Award

My Mental Health Story | Living with depression and panic disorder

"The more you talk about it, the more you explain it, the more likely it is that people will understand it and accept it." As you requested on Twitter, here is my vlog about my mental health story so far. If you'd like to know more about my time as an inpatient, my coping mechanisms … Continue reading My Mental Health Story | Living with depression and panic disorder

Money Worries When Changing Your Career

Everyone has money worries at some point in their life, it's just a fact of life now. But when you decide to completely change your career (and most probably the amount you earn) it can be a bit more than worrying if you have enough for the change of your pay date. If you're enjoying … Continue reading Money Worries When Changing Your Career

Cowslip Cottage | Levisham

Way back in February (is it just me that feels like that was ages ago) Mr G and I went to stay at a beautiful little cottage in Levisham to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. The idea was to have a quiet get-away, just the two of us, relax, unwind and come back refreshed. Sadly, … Continue reading Cowslip Cottage | Levisham