The moment I gave myself permission to be a bit more chilled about getting things done... the more I actually GOT things done because I wasn't sat in my whirlwind of thoughts, absolutely paralysed by the amount of things I thought I HAD to do.
I’m sat here typing as a last ditch attempt to focus my mind on something other than how hap-hazard my breathing is.
To “chill out” my head, in the same way that we would ice our ankle, foot, quads…
To achieve “all the things”, you quite simply just have to crack on and just DO “all the things”
How running helped me overcome bulimia and how to ensure you use it SAFELY as a handy part of your mental health toolbox.
One of the main reasons I felt like I didn’t “belong” as a teenager, was the bullshit story I was telling myself of WHY I didn’t belong.
To my friends and family, I am known as a keen runner, but only a few people know how much I actually love to push weights around in the gym too. There’s something very empowering about feeling (and by all means BEING) strong. I decided to look into this a little further to see what [...]