It’s January the 17th and I’m still sticking to daily yoga – this is the first regular exercise and new years resolution that I’ve stuck to. May have to defy all of my own moral ideals and throw the phrase “new year new me” out there. I have to place a small part of reason… Read More My 31 Day Yoga Challenge: Day 6 to 15
‘I need to shave my head or dye it, delete my email and bank accounts. I’d have to wave goodbye to the ease of a debit card and deal in cash, change my name, destroy my computer files, move city, leave my IPhone on a train, bin my personal possessions and wear sunglasses in public.’… Read More As sweeping surveillance laws pass in the UK, is it possible to go ‘under the radar’?
This January I am taking on a challenge. It’s called Revolution, 31 days of Yoga. It’s a program of at-home yoga ran by Yoga with Adriene, on Youtube. I’ve been following her happy videos for two years now, and even with my sporadic practising, my flexibility and strength improved. I want now to commit to… Read More My 31 day yoga challenge: Day one to five
It’s that time of year again when we tell ourselves we need to change and be better- but whether or not we stick to our resolutions isn’t a test of our worth. Every year on January 1st, I write a very similar list of resolutions, usually ones which I’d failed to complete the year before.… Read More Tips for mental health friendly resolutions
I had a revelation this year- putting makeup on takes time. Time which can often be better spent in bed. This might not seem particularly ground breaking, but it was a bit of life changer for me. My bare-face bravery began in Madrid when I was forced into early starts for 8am classes. I realised… Read More Not wearing makeup makes me feel grown-up
*This post previously was originally published on Huffpost* I’ve achieved a fair amount this year. It has been a largely very successful year, yet I feel like it’s all a happy accident. I survived 6 months living in Madrid without being able to speak much Spanish. I got hired by the BBC after doing work… Read More ‘Imposter Syndrome’ And Why I Feel Like A Fraud
On Friday 4th November, I grabbed a Hi-Vis vest, a map and a can of San Miguel and hiked 13 miles through the Peak District national park in the dark. This was all in the name of charity, raising money for Sheffield RAG (Raising and Giving) who will distribute the money to various charities, including… Read More Here’s what I learnt whilst doing a sponsored hike