Living with IBS

I’ve spoken about IBS before on my blog – however as far as health related content goes, I’ve been a little quiet recently. I had an overwhelming response to my IBS and Anxiety series last year (which you can read here, if you like) and it helped me immensely to understand that I wasn’t alone in suffering. However, since then – my posts have been fairly infrequent. I’ve been having a bit of a tough time generally, which has led to a massive flare-up, not just affecting my life intermittently, but every waking moment – even disturbing my sleep on…
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10 Things to remember when you’re having a bad day!

We all have moments of feeling low, self critiquing and comparing ourselves to others. I think it’s relatively normal. If you didn’t – you wouldn’t be human. However, with the majority of our daily lives spent online in some way or another, this kind of comparison is constant, unrelenting and subconsciously detrimental. In a sea of filtered selfies, pretty breakfasts and seemingly perfect lives, I have witnessed first hand how we can become fixated on becoming someone online that we’re not in real life, in turn disregarding the things that we should learn to love about ourselves. Although I knew…
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The #Bloggersfestival 2014

Just over three months ago, I announced my plans to arrange a large scale bloggers networking event in Central London, following on from the success of last years #ldnbloggersparty. Despite being swamped by exam revision at the time (perhaps this was slightly bad timing on my part) I got to work researching venues, brands and bloggers to set everything in motion. My idea behind the event initially was that I wanted to create somewhere that bloggers and like-minded writers could chat, grab a cocktail (and something to eat) in a chilled, casual environment. Nothing too formal, no pressure to chat…
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