Laughter really is the best medicine.

Hi, Welcome to this weeks blog.I said a few weeks ago that I handled the current Covid-19 situation with humour. I knew a lot of people were worried and even scared, but I felt that the last thing they needed was for someone to keep reminding them that they were feeling anxious or stressed. IContinue reading “Laughter really is the best medicine.”

Ways to stay calm during isolation.

It’s a weird time for everyone self isolation and social distancing can make it hard to feel normal and can be even tougher on your mental health so here are some 5 tips to help you stay calm Clear up your social media you are probably spending a lot more time scrolling through Instagram FacebookContinue reading “Ways to stay calm during isolation.”

Don’t let your thoughts ruin your Christmas.

Hi. Welcome back to my last post of 2019. What a year it’s been. Ups and downs and a few surprises thrown in. However with all that I survived mine and you survived yours if you are reading this. so well done. The good bits hold in your heart the bad bits let them go.Continue reading “Don’t let your thoughts ruin your Christmas.”

Self confidence. You can have it.

Hi Welcome to December. I should have done this week but time just got away from me. This week I want to blog about self confidence. SELF CONFIDENCE /ˌsɛlfˈkɒnfɪd(ə)ns a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities, and judgement. “I feel terribly tired and completely lacking in self-confidence” synonyms: morale, confidence, self-assurance, belief in oneself,Continue reading “Self confidence. You can have it.”

Night Night.

Hi. Hope you are having a good week. This week I’m concluding my night time anxiety blog. Has anyone found any of the tips or advice that I’ve offered helpful? If you have let me know. So What else can you do to ease the night time anxiety? Theis is a strange one. Make yourContinue reading “Night Night.”