When wagging school is a good idea

Recently I had a day where I just didn’t feel up to facing the world, so I didn’t. I bailed on Uni, forgot about doing exercise, and revoked any commitment to errands and plans I had made to leaving the house.…
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What's in my Pocketses? April edition

I have a tendency to keep about twenty or more tabs open in my browser at one time, so I use an app called Pocket to save articles, blogs and videos to read or watch later. It’s a Godsend, except…
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Love your guts: a cute Monday video

In this video, ‘One Minute Anatomy Lesson’ by Wendy Bryan from I Heart Guts actually explains what the spleen is for and gives a one-line synopsis of almost all of the organs in the body, with assistance from her range…
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The Raw Pizza Experiment

The boyfriend and I have been undertaking a ‘Raw Week’, and amongst our regular smoothies—with coconut water instead of my almond milk and his soy—and salads, I’ve done a little extra experimenting…

On self-esteem, self-worth and self-talk

I understand self-worth to be the value that you place upon yourself and how you see yourself, rather than how other people see you. Unfortunately, my concept of self-worth is still tied up in my accomplishments and the expectations that have…
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Practice makes progress, not perfection

I’ve had this post brewing for a little while and originally had it scheduled for last Monday but I didn’t get to finish writing it… I had such fierce commitment to my plan of a full editorial calendar, with everything…
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