Work hard but relax harder

Relaxing is taking time away from work and other important commitments to focus on your own wellbeing. This does not mean that you attend to other duties. Do it for yourself…

Book Review: How to be Happy by Eva Woods

To put it simply, this book is incredible. It is by far one of the most emotional, hard to read, heart-breaking yet heart-warming books that I have ever read. As a book lover, I have read so many books that have had a lasting impact on me, but there was something different about this one.

Stop aiming for burnout and give yourself a break!

Influencers can be amazing and there are some truly inspiring individuals out there, however far too often, an unattainable approach to your daily routine is promoted. An approach that when I tried to follow, ultimately led to me burning out…

Understanding and Respecting Mental Health

As a society we are beginning to grasp the importance of understanding mental health. Lots of campaigns are encouraging people to open up and ask for help: Time to Change, Heads Together and Every Mind Matters to name a few. Even hospitality is getting involved with beer mats encouraging customers to ask ‘how are you doing really?’

2020 Has Been Hard for Everyone. Especially Graduates.

Linkedin If you had told me at the start of this year that I wouldn’t physically get to hand my dissertation in, I wouldn’t get a graduation, and I wouldn’t get to say goodbye to my friends at university, I don’t know how I would have got through the start of the year. At the […]

It’s the caring too much about how many followers I have for me

Okay, before we get into this one I will apologise in advance for the title. I’ve been watching far too much TikTok okay. For those of you who aren’t aggressively addicted to TikTok, therefore have no idea what the title means, let me re-write it for you: ‘Why caring about your follower count on Instagram […]

Mental Health: What I Wish I Knew Then

Instagram For those who are yet to know me, my name is Harriet Broom, but please call me Harri. Most people know me through being the new girl in primary school, working in the little village from where I have grown up, being awkward and having a crazy fashion sense in secondary school, but most […]

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