Food: Hello Fresh!

I’ve been getting recipe boxes delivered from Hello Fresh for a few years now on and off – they’re not something I can afford to subscribe regularly to but whenever there’s a deal on, I’m there! Hello Fresh is a subscription service but you can easily skip the weeks ahead, or set yourself on holiday so…… Continue reading Food: Hello Fresh!

Food: Cocktails at Cabana Brasil

When Alice invited me to join some of the Southampton Bloggers crew for a cocktail evening at Cabana Brasil in Southampton, including three courses of food, I wasn’t 100% sure it was suitable for me. As a vegetarian who eats a heavily plant-based diet, I usually try and go to restaurants that have lots of…… Continue reading Food: Cocktails at Cabana Brasil

Food: Cider Tasting at The Stable

Last Sunday I was invited to join the Southampton Bloggers gang at a cider tasting and food review event at The Stable in Southampton. Not only did I think this would be a fab chance to meet everyone and throw myself in at the deep end but the promise of pizza was just too much…… Continue reading Food: Cider Tasting at The Stable

Get Your Set Noticed in Six Steps

Once you’ve shot your SG set, you will likely find yourself waiting a good few months until anyone can see it. This will also depend on the speed your photographer works at (hopefully you’ve been communicating about this so there are no unpleasant surprises or hold ups!) but once the set has been submitted, accepted…… Continue reading Get Your Set Noticed in Six Steps

Being Self-Employed is Hard.

Being self-employed is really hard. You might get to ‘be your own boss’ but only sort of, you still have clients and people you work for just instead of one ‘boss’ to impress, you have an indefinite amount. You may even get to set your own schedule but then, maybe not, as you need to…… Continue reading Being Self-Employed is Hard.

The Plight of The Perfectionist

Perfectionism was something I always felt was used as a humble brag. In school, when they advised us for job interview techniques and that we’d likely be asked our negative traits, I was always told to turn that into a positive by saying ‘the only bad thing about me is that I’m a perfectionist’ and that…… Continue reading The Plight of The Perfectionist

Steps To Stop Procrastinating

Procrastination is a very common symptom of anxiety. It’s a more mild form of avoidance and can be a pivotal point in whether your day is productive or not – there’s the same amount of hours in each day but sometimes we can get so much done and other days barely get out of a onesie…… Continue reading Steps To Stop Procrastinating

Learning To Tolerate Uncertainty

There’s not much in our lives that is certain, so if you are someone that suffers with anxiety surrounding situations out of your control, it’s probably something you’re dealing with fairly regularly. Uncertainty is completely unavoidable – yes, you could avoid your main triggers by skipping that family meal, missing the party on Saturday or…… Continue reading Learning To Tolerate Uncertainty

How Do I Stop Negative Thoughts?

Lot’s of the advice around worrying and stress is to just let it go. That’s it, just let it go. Easy peasy right? Except it’s not, it’s kind of like when someone tells you not to look at something so the first thing you do is look – telling yourself not to worry is unlikely to…… Continue reading How Do I Stop Negative Thoughts?

4 Steps To Worrying Less

Excessive worrying, persistent negative thoughts and uncontrollable anxiety might be leading you to neglect yourself and daily tasks. This can affect your work, managing your home and finances as well your relationships with colleagues, friends and family.  It will leave you feeling drained and disengaged. You can feel yourself creating distance between you and everyone around you, especially…… Continue reading 4 Steps To Worrying Less