One in four of us in the UK will be diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in our lives. And that's something we need to talk about.
You won't become happy unless you take things into your own hands. And that's what I realised.
I didn't get a Valentine's Day gift for my wife, nor a card. I didn't buy her heart-shaped chocolates in a heart-shaped box. I didn't buy a giant teddy with "I love you" stitched into it. I didn't buy her any sexy lingerie. I didn't buy her flowers. I didn't book a table in a romantic restaurant. I didn't book a night away in a romantic hotel.
Now, officially a quarter of a century old, it's time to look ahead at what I want to 25 to be like.
I relax, but I almost never completely switch off. The things I do to relax actually keep my mind pretty active because I like to do things that engage and challenge me.
It's my birthday next weekend. I've got less than a week until I turn 25, so I thought I'd look back at the past 51 weeks of being 24.
I've been thinking a lot about social media recently, our relationship with it and how we live our lives with it.
One thing about writing these blogs is how fast my week goes. I honestly can't get over how quickly time is passing, and somehow it's time for the second '5 things that made me happy this week'. I've lost weight! I thought I'd start with this one because it's probably been the highlight of my week. … Continue reading 5 things that made me happy this week #2
Today kicks off a new style of blog I’ll be doing every Sunday. Part of being more positive is reflecting on the week’s events and really thinking about the good things.
I can't be doing something all the time, but when I'm not, it's going to be hygge.