R U OK? Day turns ten this year!It is the day where social spaces turn yellow, we are reminded to check in with those around us and encouraged to start the conversation that could ultimately save a life. Checking in with those around us is such a vital skill and days like these are perfect […]Read More Am I OK?
If the way you spoke to yourself over the past week were the way you spoke to your friend for a week, would that friendship still remain? The question above always gives me a massive kick in the gut. I realise that if this was true, I would be facing a life with a lot […]Read More You want me to… love myself?!
As a teenager I grew up with the belief that every thought I had was an exact representation of who I was. If I thought I was good at math, or singing, or being a friend, or baking, that’s what I believed. However, if I had the thought that I was bad at math, singing, […]Read More Filter your thoughts
This week marks the annual Mental Health week in Australia. For the past 10 years my Mental Health has become a big factor in my transition between childhood to adulthood. It’s something I become very passionate about as I have seen the side effects of not taking care of one’s mental health. So, when asked […]Read More It’s time to celebrate Mental Health
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day and R U Ok? Day. One of the best ways to prevent and minimise suicide is to create connections and conversations checking in with people around you. R U Ok Day encourages each of us to take the time to start the conversation and ask the people around us […]Read More Let’s start the conversation
I posted this photo about 2 months ago via my Facebook and Instagram accounts. I added in the description the following: This quote was on my 2014 calendar, and for some reason I left it up. Every quote that I post has a story behind it, but this one really caught me off guard. Only […]Read More My shadow; My Story