Where have I been?!

So I just posted for the first time in awhile so I thought I would do a general update! As many of you know, I’m currently training as a psychologist here in the UK. I’m about halfway through now. Its busy and there’s academic work to juggle with the clinical work but its generally manageable … Continue reading

April Challenge : Let’s get healing with ….YOGA!

Dealing with life and bad skin can feel like a lonely journey, so why not trial and error things to help together?  The added motivation of working with others to achieve your goals can help with keeping your resolution and sharing experiences, so why not join me this month in doing yoga for free from … Continue reading

April Goals: Rejuvenated mind and skin, say YES to some TLC!

So after my post on my current updates, I decided to set goals. Real goals. Not the type I usually make such as “I will exercise”, “I will eat better”, “I will spend less time on my phone” because let’s face it they’re pretty vague and I say them and pretty much do not do … Continue reading

Tips for Naturally Healing Eczema

If you’ve followed me on my blog since the beginning, you will have witnessed me go from out of control eczema to a place I can physically and emotionally manage my skin. So here are my tips for you on your natural journey: 1) Don’t lose hope.  I never thought it was possible and so many … Continue reading

Eczema out of the Blue and Stuck with Steroids

That was me at 16. Out of nowhere I got a flare up of severe eczema on my face and had a red, flaking face. My skin had always been a bit on the dry side but nothing more than a typical dryness which comes with winter. The last time I had had any signs … Continue reading

Restore & Repair: the beauty box for problem skin

Sick of spending £££s on lotions, potions, e books and prescriptions trying to find products that works for you? Have a drawer full of half used products which don’t suit your skin but you couldn’t return? Unsure what to even try next? This is exactly the case for me, endless products which have been “okay” … Continue reading

Eczema: Letters to my Frenemy

I was recently reflecting on how different life may have been had I never got an eczema flare up at 16 which persisted on and on. I can imagine life would have been different and I would have viewed things differently. To share this with you, I wrote two letters: one to my enemy Eczema … Continue reading

Reflection, Taking control and Being Happy

The art of reflection. The ability to evaluate things that have happened and see situations in a more objective and logical way. When bad things happen – a fight, a bad report at work, a flare up – we have this automatic response, a primitive one, to place blame elsewhere, or to hide away and … Continue reading

What’s been good?

As humans it’s in our nature to think of the worst case scenario, what could go wrong in any given situation. It can help us with survival in evolution terms but it also means we focus our energy on the bad. How often do you think about everything that is going well? I’ll admit I’m … Continue reading

Where will 2015 take us? Goals and how I’m getting there

Where will 2015 take us? I hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year and is positively looking towards 2015. The great thing about the new year is it gives everyone a great boost of motivation to achieve their goals. We don’t need a new year to begin to take care of ourselves better … Continue reading

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