Feeling stressed is very natural and everyone sometime in their lives will suffer with stressful situations or periods in their life. Although you may not be able to directly change the situation, however there are ways you can de-stress so it doesn’t become too overwhelming. I have recently had so much going on in my personal and work life. So I have felt the need to take time out to relax and thought I would share some ways I like to de-stress with you.
These past couple of weeks have been really busy for me. I have had family commitments, work, going to the gym and trying to fit time into blog. I have also been busy sorting out my compensation claim with my solicitor and I found myself very unorganised with no sense of productivity. Therefore, I have been taking steps to ensure I am being as organised as I can be. I thought I would share with you 6 steps I have been taking to become more organised.
Yesterday marked the first of 6 days off from work, so for a change I decided to go to Southampton for the day. I got the train (which I enjoy doing, weird I know) in the morning. It started off such a dry day, boy did that change, haha!
When I was younger although I would participate in self-care activities, I didn’t really understand the importance of practising these regularly. I would say in the past year I have ensured I take time to show myself, care and self love. Self-care activities are such a useful tool especially when I am suffering badly with my anxiety. I make a point on Sundays of making me take some “me” time.
I can’t believe how fast February has gone by, as it seemed like January lasted so long. I hope you have had a great February. I have had my birthday and lots of birthday treats as well as starting my slimming world journey so this month has been a busy one for me. I thought I would share with you some of the things I have been loving this month.
So lets get started….
Hello you lovely people, I hope you are having a good week so far. I thought as I have had some more followers on my blog (thank you for following and welcome), it would be good to do a Q&A post. This post is in collaboration with Jess so make sure you check out her blog post and her answers to the questions. I took to twitter to ask for questions and had some great questions sent. So let’s get started.
Building your blog and getting your brand out there takes time. You see successful bloggers with thousands of followers and none of them got them overnight (unless they have brought their followers, haha!). It takes a while to build a community, so do not be disheartened if you don’t see lots of engagement right away.
Its been a minute since I have posted my last blog post, I was struck down with the dreaded flu and then on top of that I got a throat infection. My bed was my best friend for a week. But I am back, sniffly and tired but I am back.
Over the past month I have been redecorating my bedroom, had new carpet fitted and a fresh lick of paint on the walls. I still have my new desk to order which I am far too excited about. So when the lovely people at Photowall contacted me and offered me a free print from their collection, I jumped at the chance. I have no art on my walls at the moment. On visiting their website and seeing the London Skyline canvas, I fell in love. I love London and loved that it was colourful, a great statement piece for my bedroom.