Posters & Mental Health: What’s the Connection?

This post on posters and mental health contains gifted items! To grab your own unique set of posters and create your gallery wall use the code MYMUSINGS for a 45% discount on all posters (except Selection Posters and frames) until 30th September! All posters can be found here. We spend so much time at home. […]

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5 Ways to Ensure Blogging is an Act of Self Care

This idea has been troubling me for a while. I started my blog because I was no longer writing. And I wanted to find a sustainable way to write more and improve. It began as a hobby. But as I’ve continued and my blog has evolved it’s taken up increasingly more time. And as the […]

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What You Need to Know to Increase Productivity

Productivity is essentially a measure of efficiency. How quickly we are able to do something. I would caveat this with the following. How quickly we do something without negatively impacting the quality of our work. Because I’ve been noticing this a lot lately. I’m taking increasingly more things on. Adding to my to-do list. And […]

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Why Skin Care Equals Self Care

I’ve been working on my skin care routine for many years. Trying different products to see what works. Over time I’ve realised it can be as simplistic or as complicated as we desire. I have a basic routine now that really helps my skin. And let’s me feel my best. And then I have some […]

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6 Tips to Inspire You to Workout for your Mental Health

Working out and exercise in general, has never come naturally to me. I’ve always believed that. Ever since being a kid. But now I wonder, does it come naturally to anyone? Yes, I know there are people who genuinely enjoy sport. They enjoy playing it; they enjoy watching it. There are people who embrace the […]

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Why Bullet Journaling Can Improve Mental Health

This wonderful post on Bullet Journaling was written by Amber, blogger at The Unpredicted Page. Check out more about Amber and her social media channels below Bullet journaling is a great thing to introduce into your daily life for multiple reasons. I asked for a bullet journal for Christmas, and it was the best thing […]

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How to Advocate for your Mental Health in the Workplace

Advocating for your mental health at work can feel like a huge step. There’s still a lot of stigma associated with mental health. And many of us may worry that telling our employer about our mental health or a diagnosis may cast doubts in our workplace about our abilities. For this reason, many of us […]

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Mental Health Recovery is a Journey Not a Destination

I am definitely the classic example of a person who rushes through live. Always on the go. A deadline or goal fixed in my mind. Thriving when there is a destination or end point in mind. This is not always a good thing. And, if my mental health recovery has taught me anything. It’s to […]

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5 Ways to Improve Mental Health with Technology

This post on Mental Health and Technology was written by Sheikh Adil of Odyssey Blog. Mental health is defined as a state of well being in which a person understands their own capabilities. Can manage the normal stresses of life. Can perform productively. And is able to take part in his or her community. It’s […]

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Is a Diagnosis Important or Helpful?

The discussion about mental health diagnosis wages on. Many find them punitive and question their need. Arguing they increase stigma; especially when it comes to more severe diagnoses such as psychosis. Others argue the need for them. They can have their uses in certain situations. For some people, perhaps those who have struggled with understanding […]

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