I’ve written and re-written this article many times. The problem I’m facing is that I don’t want this to sound like a ‘why I switched’ article or a gear review. I find that stuff useful and there’s definitely a place for it, but writing about it doesn’t lift my shadows. My previous attempts at writing […]
I've decided to take part in a couple of challenges being run by some of my favourite magazines. In this article I'll tell you which challenges they are, why I'm doing it and how I'm keeping track of my progress. I'll even give you the option of downloading the spreadsheet I'm using so that you can use it too if you want.
Having never walked the Miners Track at Mount Snowdon before, doing so at 4am, and on my own, probably isn't up there with the most sensible things I've ever done. Yet there I was, in thick darkness with only my head torch to light the way.
I mentioned in my post about Mental Health Awareness Week that I'd share some things I do to help manage my anxiety and improve my wellbeing. It makes sense to begin with my morning routine.
Until last Tuesday, I had no idea that this week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Speaking personally, the timing couldn't have been more perfect. Seems like a weird thing to say about mental health issues, when is there ever a perfect time!