I’ve never done a personal post before, and this one is kinda long. It’ll tug at your heartstrings and probably make you cry as much as I did while writing it. But it’s time to stop hiding behind phrases of “I’ve literally had the worst start to the year” with no explanations. So, here's my year so far. I hope you have a cuppa.Read more
As the last day of the month comes to a close it's time to take a sit back and look over what I accomplished and what I didn't.Read more
Well, February didn’t get any better. By the 14th things had gotten to the point where I cried every time I got home and found myself playing the Xbox more to passive-aggressively kill monsters to make me feel better.Read more
So, January has probably been the WORST start to any year ever. But thankfully it got progressively better. Since I am using the Cultivate What Matters Power Sheets, I will also be including some changes to my reflections to add some stuff from there.Read more
Well, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to do this, but after putting a poll out on Twitter and Instagram the overall consensus was YES. December was a pretty bad month for me. I got an incredibly awful head cold which affected my ears, nose, throat and (obviously) my head. I got weakness of the body, a horrendous cough that made me sound like I smoked 60 cigarettes a day, and the awful other symptoms of a cold. This lasted for about two weeks where I did absolutely nothing. No writing, no reading for the first week as I found it super hard to concentrate on anything but sleep. Then as I slowly got better I slowly started to introduce some work back into my life.Read more
Imposter Syndrome, we all feel it sometimes. According to Wikipedia the definition of this phrase is; 'a concept describing individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a "fraud".'
I'm sure at some point we all feel like this. That we are too similar to others, we have the same ideas as other writers or bloggers. But there are a few things that I have learnt over time that helps me deal with this thought process.Read more