10k for Mind: Training Update 7 (Goofy Fish and Broken Records)

So it's been a fortnight since my last update and, although I have only got two training runs to share with you, I have been smashing records all over the place! We're into the home straight now with less than a month to go until the Vitality London 10k on 29th May. So here is … Continue reading 10k for Mind: Training Update 7 (Goofy Fish and Broken Records)

5 Ways to Feel Less Isolated When Your Mental Illness Takes Hold

It is easy to become isolated when anxiety or depression hit you. Often you feel less confident and less social. A lot of the time it can seem impossible to get out of bed or leave the house - let alone meet up with friends or family. That's why I've put together this short list … Continue reading 5 Ways to Feel Less Isolated When Your Mental Illness Takes Hold

In Defence of Mental Health Bloggers: Why Nobody Should be Made to Feel Bad for Speaking Out

So this week I've seen a few posts on Twitter which have concerned and baffled me. That in itself is nothing out of the ordinary to be honest but I felt like this time I needed to respond in defence of my fellow mental health bloggers. So the first topic I want to address is the hate I've … Continue reading In Defence of Mental Health Bloggers: Why Nobody Should be Made to Feel Bad for Speaking Out