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Your inner world creates your outer world. Here’s the real talk on topics seen as ‘taboo’. 

My best advice on developing a healthy, positive mindset and taking action in your life.

The ins and outs on growing through what you go through to discover your full potential.

Empowering content on how to cultivate life-changing habits, mentally and physically.

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Dear Demi…

You’ve taught me that no matter what I, or others, go through, whether it’s a mental illness, being bullied at school, self harming, having a substance abuse issue or an eating disorder, not to be afraid to ask for help. You helped me save my own life, and I will always be extremely thankful.

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A Year in Counselling – My Experience

I walked into the room unaware of what a counselling session really was. Over the course of the sessions I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression – which I knew very little about then. I just thought it was part of who I was, part of being a shy, quiet person. I understood that everyone has nerves and can get overwhelmed before doing a presentation in front of the class, I simply thought for someone who had experienced so much at once that it was normal. I guess though I wasn’t being completely honest with myself.

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“Gender Does Exist On a Spectrum” – Why Courtney Act’s Articulation of Sexuality and Gender is Phenomenal

In a space that’s so overwhelming, I’m passionate about creating a little area where healing the mind, body, and soul, is at the heart. A platform where I can share with you what I have learnt over the years in the most honest, transparent, and vulnerable way – it’s about time I get super personal with you.

I would love nothing more than for you to take this journey with me and discover how you can grow through what you go through and become the conscious creator of your life.

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Building Bridges and Relationships – Queensferry Crossing Experience

The way in which bridges come about is because someone saw an aspect of living that was difficult and needed improving. They wanted to make things easier and better, so were inspired to change this. It’s the same when it comes to any relationship. When people initially meet, someone wants to start a relationship. Whether it be in the form of friends or potential partners, the motivation and drive was there, and no matter the type of relationship, each requires effort much like any bridge.

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The End is in Sight for the Class of 2015

How do we measure the time we have spent in high school? At the start, we measured it in class periods, only dreaming of the day of eventual freedom. As the days and weeks passed, we measure it in terms, and later in years as we moved from being the babies of the school to turning into right typical teenagers who thought they had it all figured out. By the time we reached our senior year, we were prepared to take over the S6 common room and “rule the school”! And now here we stand.

Our rule is over, and it is now up to the class of 2016 to step into our shoes and take over the reigns. I know now that my time will be measured in a much different way…

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Dear Demi…

You’ve taught me that no matter what I, or others, go through, whether it’s a mental illness, being bullied at school, self harming, having a substance abuse issue or an eating disorder, not to be afraid to ask for help. You helped me save my own life, and I will always be extremely thankful.

Read More »
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A Year in Counselling – My Experience

I walked into the room unaware of what a counselling session really was. Over the course of the sessions I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression – which I knew very little about then. I just thought it was part of who I was, part of being a shy, quiet person. I understood that everyone has nerves and can get overwhelmed before doing a presentation in front of the class, I simply thought for someone who had experienced so much at once that it was normal. I guess though I wasn’t being completely honest with myself.

Read More »

“Gender Does Exist On a Spectrum” – Why Courtney Act’s Articulation of Sexuality and Gender is Phenomenal

In a space that’s so overwhelming, I’m passionate about creating a little area where healing the mind, body, and soul, is at the heart. A platform where I can share with you what I have learnt over the years in the most honest, transparent, and vulnerable way – it’s about time I get super personal with you.

I would love nothing more than for you to take this journey with me and discover how you can grow through what you go through and become the conscious creator of your life.

Read More »

Building Bridges and Relationships – Queensferry Crossing Experience

The way in which bridges come about is because someone saw an aspect of living that was difficult and needed improving. They wanted to make things easier and better, so were inspired to change this. It’s the same when it comes to any relationship. When people initially meet, someone wants to start a relationship. Whether it be in the form of friends or potential partners, the motivation and drive was there, and no matter the type of relationship, each requires effort much like any bridge.

Read More »
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The End is in Sight for the Class of 2015

How do we measure the time we have spent in high school? At the start, we measured it in class periods, only dreaming of the day of eventual freedom. As the days and weeks passed, we measure it in terms, and later in years as we moved from being the babies of the school to turning into right typical teenagers who thought they had it all figured out. By the time we reached our senior year, we were prepared to take over the S6 common room and “rule the school”! And now here we stand.

Our rule is over, and it is now up to the class of 2016 to step into our shoes and take over the reigns. I know now that my time will be measured in a much different way…

Read More »

Dear Demi…

You’ve taught me that no matter what I, or others, go through, whether it’s a mental illness, being bullied at school, self harming, having a substance abuse issue or an eating disorder, not to be afraid to ask for help. You helped me save my own life, and I will always be extremely thankful.

Read More »
post - featured image

A Year in Counselling – My Experience

I walked into the room unaware of what a counselling session really was. Over the course of the sessions I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression – which I knew very little about then. I just thought it was part of who I was, part of being a shy, quiet person. I understood that everyone has nerves and can get overwhelmed before doing a presentation in front of the class, I simply thought for someone who had experienced so much at once that it was normal. I guess though I wasn’t being completely honest with myself.

Read More »

“Gender Does Exist On a Spectrum” – Why Courtney Act’s Articulation of Sexuality and Gender is Phenomenal

In a space that’s so overwhelming, I’m passionate about creating a little area where healing the mind, body, and soul, is at the heart. A platform where I can share with you what I have learnt over the years in the most honest, transparent, and vulnerable way – it’s about time I get super personal with you.

I would love nothing more than for you to take this journey with me and discover how you can grow through what you go through and become the conscious creator of your life.

Read More »

Building Bridges and Relationships – Queensferry Crossing Experience

The way in which bridges come about is because someone saw an aspect of living that was difficult and needed improving. They wanted to make things easier and better, so were inspired to change this. It’s the same when it comes to any relationship. When people initially meet, someone wants to start a relationship. Whether it be in the form of friends or potential partners, the motivation and drive was there, and no matter the type of relationship, each requires effort much like any bridge.

Read More »
post

The End is in Sight for the Class of 2015

How do we measure the time we have spent in high school? At the start, we measured it in class periods, only dreaming of the day of eventual freedom. As the days and weeks passed, we measure it in terms, and later in years as we moved from being the babies of the school to turning into right typical teenagers who thought they had it all figured out. By the time we reached our senior year, we were prepared to take over the S6 common room and “rule the school”! And now here we stand.

Our rule is over, and it is now up to the class of 2016 to step into our shoes and take over the reigns. I know now that my time will be measured in a much different way…

Read More »
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