Tag: confidence

How My Body Feels

post-pregnancy body, this stuff is golden, first time mum, mum bod, self esteem, body confidence, body positivity,

It doesn’t feel like mine. I don’t recognise it anymore.

Ambition When You Have Depression

ambition and depression, having depression, mental health, mental illness, how depression affects work, this stuff is golden,

One of my favourite movies is Forgetting Sarah Marshall. What I love about it is Peter (played by Jason Segel, who also wrote the movie). It wasn’t the break-up between himself and Sarah that made me empathise or connect with the character, but instead it was his behaviours. His mental health.

Motherhood and Motivation

motherhood, stay at home mum, sahm, this stuff is golden, mental health, mental health and motherhood, careers, dreams, pregnancy,

I can’t help but be jealous of almost everyone. Jealous of the other bloggers that I really enjoy reading. Jealous of people I consider an inspiration. Jealous of those getting new jobs that they seem so excited about. My jealousy is so much that I end up having to mute these wonderful people from my …

Winning The Lottery

winning the lottery, mental health blog, mental illness, depression, depression and hobbies, this stuff is golden, achieving your dreams, self-doubt,

I’ve been wondering about the lottery recently – wondering whether winning would make me any happier. My SO and I often talk about how we would spend it, how we would give a lot away to family, friends and charities, how we would be sensible with it (but perhaps not on the first few days).

A Pinch Of Salt

social media, pressures of social media, pressure of instagram, having an instagram life, confidence, millennials, this stuff is golden,

Thanks to our friend social media, we can constantly compare our lives to the lives of others; whether that’s the girl you went to school with for seven years or that Instagram influencer you’ve been obsessing over for the past few weeks. We look at those beautiful photos or that LinkedIn post and think; “Why …