Nothing says living in the moment like a cold shower.
Why it’s important to see your pill boxes as your conscious choice to be better rather than a reminder of mental illness
When I was first diagnosed with Bipolar II Disorder I was overwhelmed and scared of what that label meant, yet at the same time, relieved that the erratic moods and feelings I was having finally had a name, and that there was treatment. I remember early on as I started taking medication that I had […]
As someone with bipolar II disorder and I assume like many others, I eventually decided to go on medication after overcoming the stigma associated with it and listening to my psychiatrist who wanted to help me get better. I started off slowly on low doses of medication, and over the past six or seven years […]
A simplified, minimalist and low impact hair care routine – How and why I gave up shampoo and wash my hair with water only
It has only been one week since Neko the cat has been in my life, but it’s been a wonderful week. If you haven’t read my other recent blog post, Neko is a beautiful three year old domestic short hair cat that my partner and I adopted from our local RSPCA shelter. In a few of […]
Adopting pets to improve mental health and quality of life.
I am a woman and I have made the conscious choice not to have my own children.
How to simplify your oral health routine and minimise your waste.
Voting with your wallet means putting your money where your values are.