With the demands of work and family, finding time to relax and de-stress can be difficult. As stress is linked to high-blood pressure, heart attacks, lower immunity, depression and anxiety, it is very important that we take time to reduce stress in our lives. Fortunately, there are many ways to make relaxation a part of … Continue reading Just Chill! 5 interesting ways to relieve stress
Podcasts are more popular than ever and it is easy to see why! They’re a great way to engage your brain during a daily commute, distract yourself during a workout or stay up-to-date on news and current events. With thousands to choose from, I have created a list of six super interesting podcasts that you … Continue reading Six Super Interesting Podcasts that you should probably start listening to!
With the introduction of dating apps like Tinder and Bumble, connecting with people is easier than ever before. However, despite the evolving dating climate, the rules of courtship have stayed pretty consistent; men ask and women wait to be asked. For centuries, women have been told to be passive while waiting for a man to … Continue reading I’m a woman, Is it okay to make the first move?
Unless you have been on a social media hiatus for the past couple of years, you've probably come across quite a few articles touting the benefits of the 'self-care'. While a slew of excellent information about the notion is only a Google search away, there are still a few surprising misconceptions about self-care that could … Continue reading Misconceptions about Self Care
We have all encountered a person at work that is always sorry. Yes, today we are going to talk about the chronic over-apologizer, the person who sentences always seem to start with "I'm sorry to disturb you" or some other self-defeating phrase. Or maybe you're the one who has fallen into this over-apologising trap? Over-apologising … Continue reading Stop apologising so much! Or you will really be sorry
With social media so focused on cute relationship goals it is easy to forget what really matters in a relationship. Unless you have been living under a social media rock for the last three years, you have probably seen the phrase Relationship goals hashtagged into an Instagram caption or two (thousand). Most commonly found under … Continue reading Three #relationshipgoals that you actually want
I identify as an extrovert; so yes I enjoy social gatherings, I love company and I live for some good ole' chit chat. Being an extrovert (or extravert if we go by its traditional name) has its perks. We don't get uncomfortable around new people and our disinclination to turn down invites provides us with … Continue reading What happens when an extrovert spends time alone?
Do you have a friend who always cancels plans last minute? Or are you the flakey friend? If so, then this post is for you! Here is a guide to dealing with flakiness in relationships. I hope you enjoy! Remember to Share, Comment and Follow!
Happy mid-week friends! It has been hot, hot, hot over here in the UK but thankfully, this delicious smoothie bowl is here to cool me down this summer. I love smoothie bowls! Can you blame me? They are healthy, nutritious, delicious and easy on the eyes. Its bright colours makes it one of the most … Continue reading Recipe: Summer Smoothie bowl
Have you ever heard a negative rumour/gossip about someone and decided to keep your distance from the person being gossiped about? Or have you ever sided with someone in a conflict without knowing all of the facts? Have you ever fallen victim to false advertisement and purchased an item that was not what was … Continue reading Do you take things at face value?