Pre maternal mental illness I was a naturally positive person; I always looked on the bright side, set goals, focused on them and got things done. This part of me had, I thought, completely disappeared when I became unwell. I suddenly couldn’t find the positive in anything, life was dark & scary instead of bright… Continue reading The Start Of Something New..
Our environment can have an impact on how we feel. Think about the weather, when it’s sunny out, our mood can instantly lift. Clinical depression and other mood disorders need professional treatment, so just changing a few things around us won’t cure this. But while we are recovering, and to keep us feeling good day… Continue reading 8 Tips For Creating A Relaxing & Positive Environment
When thinking of recipes I wanted to share for my mindful cooking blogs, this was one of my top picks! This is so delicious and super easy to make. Full credit for this recipe goes to my dad, who probably owes full credit to Ainsley Harriet. This was discovered back in the “Can’t cook, won’t… Continue reading Mindful Cooking – Creamy Tarragon Chicken
When your child starts school it is a big deal, no matter how you easy/difficult you found their first few years. Here's why my eldest starting school last year was a huge deal for me as a mum who had a maternal mental illness. **Trigger Warning - Some talk of suicide and intrusive thoughts** Most… Continue reading Why starting school is a big deal for Parents who had PND
Your environment can affect your mental wellbeing. Not everyone will like the same thing, but it's important to try and have an environment that makes you feel comfortable. Here I share how a tidy home helps my mental wellbeing and how I motivate myself even when I don't want to do the housework....which is always!… Continue reading 6 Tips For Making Chores Easier When You’re A Parent With Depression