7 Quick-Fixes for Anxious Moments

Anxiety is one of those ‘life’ things that can kind of consume your whole world, if not your whole day if you’re not too careful. The fix – or really, the balance – comes from the long game; daily habits and rituals that have benefits for the long term. But the thing is, if you’ve … Continue reading 7 Quick-Fixes for Anxious Moments

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How to find the positive in your mental health diagnosis

I still very vividly remember when I first realised that I had anxiety. Partly because of the way I realised, but mostly because when I did realise/had it pointed out to me by my gorgeous Mum, it was one of those, "Umm... Duh Miranda!"-moments, and I kind of felt really silly because of course I had anxiety! … Continue reading How to find the positive in your mental health diagnosis

Exercise and Mental Wellbeing – it’s not just about endorphins #mentalhealthweek

I'm sure you've heard that one of the fantastic benefits of exercise, especially when it comes to your mental wellbeing, is that it boosts endorphins - right? But it can do SO much more than that, because of one simple mechanism, and I am going to make it really easy for you to understand. Hopefully, … Continue reading Exercise and Mental Wellbeing – it’s not just about endorphins #mentalhealthweek

The Truth About Overcoming Depression

Depression. It can be a pretty hard topic to talk about. We know how common it is, but because it is associated with suicide, self-harm and feelings of sadness in general, it can be hard to bring depression up without the sombre feelings surrounding it. I, like many other Australian’s have suffered depression, and if … Continue reading The Truth About Overcoming Depression

Breaking the habit

It's always a nice feeling when you realise you've changed a habit that you've been struggling with. This happened to me yesterday. I was sitting in the cinema with my friend Tiffany about to watch That Sugar Film. We'd just purchased some chocolate treats from Koko Black (after having veggie-filled Vietnamese soups for lunch at that … Continue reading Breaking the habit

The Ritual of Tea

There's something about a cup of tea that brings a small joy to my day and soothes my heart that little bit. The simple ritual of hot water and tea leaves brings a stillness of a moment just for me - which, in a world of perpetual busyness can be enough to remind me to … Continue reading The Ritual of Tea

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