After writing the power of photo journaling yesterday, I decided to write another journal post! 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, from natural disasters to the biggest world crisis we have seen since World War 2, which has a major impact on mental health across the globe. Ever since my country was put… Continue reading Burn it all.
Recently, due to the never-ending cycle that is our lives at the moment, I have been trying to include some positives in my journaling. I choose twenty of my most treasured photos, each that represent a positive memory, printed them out and stuck them inside my journal. I have made a goal for myself, that… Continue reading The Power of Photo Journaling
So as promised, here is the fourth part of the graphic novel, depicting cultural differences and racism in modern society. I will be posting the last part of the novel next week! I hope you have all enjoyed the graphic novel so far!
Daisies and Bruises blog is currently seeking enthusiastic volunteers to join the team! Are you passionate about mental health? Do you want an opportunity to share your thoughts and stories? Then this is the opportunity for you! Daisies and Bruises are currently looking for five volunteers to work remotely. There are five positions available, and… Continue reading Become A Volunteer!
Sorry about the delay once again posting the third part of the graphic novel. As previously mentioned, the aim of this graphic piece is to depict cultural differences and racism in modern society, which is obviously a very important topic. I hope you have enjoyed the graphic novel so far! There is only two more… Continue reading Graphic Novel Part 3
For those that know me, know that I am a lover of the outdoors. As I have mentioned in previous posts, I find natural environments both relaxing and peaceful, an antidepressant of sorts. So when it came to setting up a new office for the blog, I couldn't think of any place better than one… Continue reading Personal Anti Depressant part 2!
Whilst walking along what is probably known as the busiest street in the United Kingdom, I began to understand the true concept of shopping addiction. Along the famous Oxford Street, I witnessed young men and women rushing from store to store, purchasing numerous unneeded items. Whilst purchasing my first item of the day in a… Continue reading Shopping Addiction and Mental Health
No matter the mood, we often need a little 'pick me up'. I have decided to share with you my top 5 self care tips! I hope you find them as helpful as I do. 5. Clean room, clean mindOne thing I have learned over the years, is that when you surround yourself with a… Continue reading Five Self Care Tips
After the rain, I see the daisies,in their clean, white dresses,fresh and perfect.Washed and bright,their faces lifted to the skies,and open to the sun. Is it their youth that makes them so fearless,despite their diminutive size?A gullibility of spirit or lack of worldly knowledge?Or do their passing, unjustified liveslead them to embrace the now? No, their… Continue reading After The Rain