How are we call doing this week? At the moment I am well and truly swamped with Uni work. I have all of my end of year portfolios due in on Friday, so things are a little mad on this end. I’ve been working on some of these pieces for months now and no matter how well I planned everything, it stills feels like a mad rush to get them finished.
Due to the volume of Uni work I have at the moment I haven’t been able to get all that much reading done, so no new reviews this week. Rest assured though I’m very close to finishing my current read and I fully intend on writing a post about my thought on it very soon, so keep your eyes peeled for that. But for today’s post I thought it’d be nice to share some of the things I’ve been up to in the past weeks during lockdown. Hopefully it may inspire some of you if you’re feeling bored and want to try something new to pass the time.
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I originally had something completely different ready for this week’s post however, in-light of recent events I thought it’d be worth addressing something else today. I think everyone is aware what’s going off around the world with the COVID-19 virus and all the confusion that’s bringing with it.
Last Monday the UK finally went on lockdown. Thankfully my Dad had picked me up from Uni on the Saturday and I’m living with him, so I’m no longer in beautiful Wales. I’m sad to be leaving Bangor so early but I’m grateful that I’m home and with family.
I’ve found the whole situation to be so surreal, I’ve been in this bubble at University and now it’s burst. The world is feeling very big and a lot more scary than normal. I was getting updates from the University, but I just didn’t realise how bad things were getting, I don’t look at the news and I’ve cut down on my time on social media, so I’ve very much been in the dark with things.
The original plan was to come to my Dad’s and then get a job over the summer but with lockdown and general social distancing there isn’t exactly any jobs going at the moment. Other than my assignment work for Uni I have very little to be doing for the foreseeable future.
I’m going to make my time indoors as meaningful as possible, so I sat down with my planner and decided what I wanted out of my summer. I need some sort of routine. Keeping a structure is an integral part of keeping my anxiety and depression at bay and with all the anxiety’s this virus has created, a structure is more important than ever.
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First things first, I hope you are all doing ok. The world has gone a little crazy as of late and I hope you’re all well and somewhere safe. I’ve had to move out of Bangor and cut my first year at University short, what’s been a little sad however, I’m glad I’m now with family and not alone during lockdown.
I’d like to quickly explain some changes that are happening to my blog and what you can be expecting from here on in. The beady eyed amongst you will notice that my posts have been a little different as of late. Not only have I been posting every Wednesday, but I’ve been talking about mental health less and less.
For those who have been following my blog for a few years you’ll remember a time when I only talked about mental health and my recovery of anorexia. Since recovering of my eating disorder in August 2018, I’ve been posting less and less about my experiences of it. Continue reading “What will define me?”