We are either in isolation or in our own kind of lockdown. With fewer colleagues at work, if you are still in the ‘office’, and less social interactions, technology is enabling us to constantly talk to each other. Lots of communication happens through writing, and it is now normal to send and deal with an
Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives. This is what the UK Government are urging the public to do. This is hard, especially when I’m classed as a key worker, as I work for the much loved NHS. I still have to and must attend work so sick patients can be seen. Now
The majority of media representation around the Coronavirus is death, doom and gloom – but it needn’t be a time of scaremongering. As communities rally together, and Italian residents host discos on their balconies, there are things we can do for self-enhancement. Learn a new skill It’s said that you should find three hobbies in
So, let’s face it; I am a very open person and writing about subjects that are a little bit more personal is definitely more my vibe. This brings me to have a very open chat about periods and how truly awful they are, well for me anyway. If you have been keeping up
Hey people it’s almost Friday! Today I wanted to update you on my journey to fitness. If you have been following my blog a while you will know that I had set some goals back in January. One of them was to get fitter and healthier. If you missed it you can read that here.
Making yourself happy should always be your highest priority in life, and yet many of us, especially women, feel guilty for doing so. Well no more, I say! Happiness is such an important part of your wellbeing and your own selfcare that looking after yourself first means you are stronger in mindset with copious amounts
Exercise is like Marmite. You either love it or hate it. The thoughts of squatting and lunging and crunching fills some of us with sweated dread. However, I’m on the other side of Marmite when it comes to exercise. I do love getting my squat on everyday. Not only for my health, but it just
I know you may have read that title and thought ‘Be quiet Steph, stop moaning about your ample bosom’ But trust me, if you aren’t carrying them around 24/7 you won’t get it. I’m only 5 feet tall and I’m currently wearing a 32HH. Some days, when my period is due, I have to physically hoist
Sleep is something a bit hit and miss for me, I can either put in a decent 10hour sleep shift or I can have a night where I can’t drift off and my sleep is very broken. As a result, I’m a total grump and I take ages to come around. I’m also pretty sure
I’m a believer in continuous improvement. I believe that there is always room to make little fine tunings in my daily life. It could be something as simple as adding an extra task to my routine, remembering to put the recycling out, reading more or cleaning my makeup brushes more often (a very tedious task).