My IDONTMIND Mental Health Run

I am back after my caravan holiday in North Yorkshire.  During my stay I completed my 10K Mental Health Run.  I will talk about how it went below, but I’d first like to share the video I produced about my mental health run.  Share this journey with me, see the scenery and here why conversations…

Better Days Blog: Next

Hello Everyone I hope you are all well and having a good week. I would normally have done a midweek blog and update, but I’ve had a busy week and time just got away from me.  I’m only human, sometimes things have to slip. What is important is not to be harsh on yourself during…

Midweek: Blog and Round Up: 7 April 2021

Hello Everyone Happy Wednesday 😊 I had an enjoyable long weekend, with a trip to the coast, then a few days spent at home relaxing, exercising and sorting a few jobs too.  I hope you all enjoyed the long weekend. I’ve got quite a busy month ahead, and lots on the agenda both in work…

Midweek: Blog and Round Up 31 March 2021

I just want to take this opportunity to wish a Happy Easter to those who will be celebrating over the weekend.  To anyone who is not celebrating, I hope you all have a restful and relaxing long weekend, however you are spending the time. I am off work tomorrow (1 April) s. I’m taking some…

Gratitude Letter

Practicing gratitude is really good for our mental health and our overall wellbeing. It can help us to become less materialistic and to calm ourselves by focusing on the here and now, reducing worry about the unknowns of the future. Not only practicing gratitude for our own lives is important, paying forward thanks to others…

Better Days Blog: My Pandemic Journey

When we think of 2020, many of us will immediately think of words like lockdown, pandemic, covid-19, coronavirus, My personal pandemic journey began a year ago on 4 March 2020, that is when the old “normal life” came to an end for me. I flew to Gran Canaria for a five night holiday, and returned…

Being Too Busy Is Bad For Your Health – Ways To Relieve The Pressure

Dr Devon Price, the author of Laziness Does Not Exist, has always gone above and beyond. Relentlessly productive, the social psychologist was the sort of person who got a small thrill when frantically checking things off their to-do list. “I am someone who was playing by the rules of society, which say that your worth is determined by…