[Life] Making My Mind a Priority


I have a busy brain and I’m not very good at turning it off and that is primarily the root of my on and off existence with anxiety. Last year I pushed my brain to work harder than it ever has before. I made it create endless pages of content for the blog whilst also […]

January 14, 2020

[Mental Health] Being a Grinch at Christmas


It’s not even December yet and I’ve already expressed my displeasure multiple times that Christmas is coming. I have no qualms in telling everyone that I hate Christmas and I must seem like the biggest Grinch going. I’m going to tell you all a secret though, I don’t hate Christmas, but I don’t feel like […]

November 17, 2019

[Life] The Rituals & Productivity of Anxiety


Obviously being the ones who plan Food for Thought, myself and May get a bit of a heads up about the future topics. As someone who likes to plan and schedule her blog posts ahead of time, this is great for me. When May said she was taking up the suggestion offered to us of […]

August 19, 2019

[Mental Health] Crazy Keeps Me Sane


Image via Pinterest. The word crazy seems to divide opinion of late. When I was growing up it was a fairly inconspicuous word that we used to tease our friends when they said something daft, or perhaps to describe the folk that we couldn’t quite understand in our teenage years. Now I often see people […]

July 8, 2019

[Relationships] Looking After My Brain


Image is mine, the dog is just a friend. I left a comment on Exposing40’s post, Friendly Concern which got me thinking about the reactions I’d received when exploring its contents further with folks who don’t wholly understand my dynamic with Bakji. That dynamic in summary is non-monogamous, kinky but without defined roles, romantic but […]

May 25, 2019

[Mental Health Matters] Through a Child’s Eyes


Image Via Pixabay When I first saw the prompt for #sb4mh that focused on Children and Mental Health I knew that I would be writing something for it. I have two set of experiences when it comes to this, both of which I touched upon in my last #SB4MH post. One of being a child […]

February 5, 2019

[Mental Health] We Shouldn’t Be Silent


Image Via Pixabay Content Warning: Reference to abortion As with many of the meme’s I follow answering the questions or following the idea provided for the weekly prompt isn’t essential to getting involved with the Sex Bloggers for Mental Health meme. Which begs the question why I am going to do just that, especially when […]

January 25, 2019

[Mental Health Matters] It’s All About Anxiety


Image Via Pixabay This week on Sex Bloggers for Mental Health the question was posed ‘What is the biggest struggle you face with your mental health?’, it’s a great question, really thought-provoking and one I absolutely wasn’t going to answer. Except I changed my mind, I answered it and then I decided not to share […]

January 19, 2019

[Life] Grief and Tattoos


Content Warning: Grief, Stages of Grief, Death of a Parent, Death. Please, please, please do not read this if you think it will be triggering for your own mental health in any way. It was a post that was hard to write, caused many tears and from my perspective feels very raw. No offence will […]

December 19, 2018

[Life] Me, Myself and Harry Potter


Image Via Pixabay I’m a big fan of encouraging self care in others, I think it is really important to look after both your physical and your emotional well-being. Seeing as I realise the importance of this one would think that I am excellent at my own self-care, in this case one would be wrong. […]

October 3, 2018