Tell us a little about yourself… Hey! My name is Oyin, I am 26 years young and I genuinely love deep and meaningful conversations. My friends would describe me as passionate, thoughtful and extremely impulsive (though that’s changing this 2020!) Tell us about a challenging time in your life… If I could choose a challenging time in … Continue reading A Tears to Laughter Story #5: Oyin Morgan
Hello All and Happy New Year! I know I’m eleven days late LOL! It’s the start of a new year and the start of a new decade some may say this may be the most defining one in our lives where we graduate, begin are careers, start our own families, etc. I’d like to believe … Continue reading 20/20 Vision 24/7?
Hey, I hope you are well! Hope is defined as “a feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen” or “a feeling of trust“. Most of us with ambition, goals, and dreams have some element of hope. Some would argue that hope and/or faith is what gets us through our day to … Continue reading Having Hope When Hope is Gone
Let’s jump straight in… 1. Negative Self-Talk For those of us that have struggled with one insecurity or another, we will be all too familiar with this one right here. “I’m not smart enough” “I’m will never lose this weight” “I am the ugly friend” “I will never get promoted”. Negative self-talk is just evidence … Continue reading 19 Things I am Leaving in 2019
Hi Guys, I hope you are well. I never thought I would be glad to be writing a post about Therapy, but you know what that shows… growth! Earlier this year I got the point where I just had enough of feeling sorry myself, being overwhelmed with anxiety, and simply just not recognising myself. I … Continue reading So I Tried Therapy…
Hey, I hope you are well. My name is Renee-Louise and I’m a 23-year-old Economics graduate and serial traveler! My friends would describe me as a brave, adventurous and definitely spontaneous. While I was at University, I went through some character-building and life-changing experiences. The biggest change that happened and potentially knocked me while at … Continue reading A Tears to Laughter Story #4: Renee-Louise