We all make mistakes. Some more than others but it’s something we all have in common. On that note, welcome to Part 2 of this three part series where I share my biggest regrets and mistakes with you and share what I learned from them.
Everyone makes mistakes and everyone has regrets. Over the next three weeks, I’m going to be sharing my biggest regrets, mistakes and what I learned from them.
I’m fairly lucky that I don’t have too many regrets but for week one I’ll share my five biggest regrets with you.
RegretsContinue reading “Regrets, Mistakes and What I Learned from Them – Part 1”
I’ve been back in my flat for a week and I’m finally unpacked, settled in and ready to get going…but how? My previous attempt didn’t go very well, hence the return home, so what can I do this time to keep my health-related progress going?Continue reading “Keeping Up Progress”
I’ve got direction, my health is improving and what used to hold me back is in the process of being given the boot. I finally feel like I can move forward without anything holding me back just in time to head back to the flat for a few months and it feels great.Continue reading “Moving Forward”
It’s been a while since my last health update, I’ve gone through my usual ups and downs and made it out the other end. This update will probably end up being fairly long since I last talked about my health in September.Continue reading “Health Update: The Long One”
Recently, something came to my attention. Despite my best efforts to move forward I’m still depressed and holding myself back because I simply can not let go of the fact that I failed university. It’s as if I spent so long clawing my way towards that life-long goal of getting a degree, struggling through school, bullying and bad health that my nails are now stuck so deep I can’t let it go, even though I have a new direction. If I want to move forward with this new, healthy and happy life I need to learn to let go.Continue reading “Learning to Let Go”
It feels like there’s less and less kindness in the world these days. Every day we’re bombarded by stories about the worst side of humanity or horrible natural disasters that kill hundreds and if you’re not already numb to it it’s incredibly demoralising. I was on a one-way track towards numbness but before I got there I hit the breaks. In this life we reap what we sow, so I’m going to start sowing kindness.Continue reading “Being Kinder to the World”