How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

Societal norms and cultural expectations can often be too much too process, and they can slowly erode your self-confidence and your beliefs, simply because you do not fit some sort of a mold. I’ve lived and grown my entire life in a very loving community, a metropolis as colorful as they come. But that can … Continue reading How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

Six Ways to Feel Your Best This Winter – Amy Jackson

Are you a fan of winter? I personally love the chance to break out my fluffy jumpers and to enjoy a hot chocolate, but what I’m not a fan of are the darker nights, the increased amount of illnesses in the air and generally feeling a bit under the weather. So when it comes to … Continue reading Six Ways to Feel Your Best This Winter – Amy Jackson

Learning To Slow Down in a Fast-Paced World – Zoe Thomson

Learning To Slow Down in a Fast-Paced World Convenience is wonderful. Having everything at our disposal, all the time. Never having to worry about opening hours when we have online shopping, or missing a TV show when we have catch up and streaming. But when everything is available 24/7, it means we have to be … Continue reading Learning To Slow Down in a Fast-Paced World – Zoe Thomson

10 Self Care Ideas For The Winter – Ruth

Today, I thought I would share some self care ideas for the winter. It is very easy to forget about self care and looking after yourself during the colder season. You just want to stay in, watch TV and stay warm all the time. Yes, these are all forms of self care in itself. However, … Continue reading 10 Self Care Ideas For The Winter – Ruth

To Whoever Needs to Read This – theboywithbpd

*caution, mature language ahead To whoever needs to read this, If you are reading this letter, then I’m going to make an educated guess that you may not be having the best time right now. Perhaps for a while. I also have not been having the best of times lately, this year has been the … Continue reading To Whoever Needs to Read This – theboywithbpd

Bi Polar Disorder and Anger – A Raging Lunatic Tells All – Jodie Sand

BIPOLAR DISORDER & ANGER: A RAGING LUNATIC TELLS ALL My rage is like an old-school boombox with fresh D batteries. I carry it around with me but the music isn’t a catchy melody. When it explodes from the speakers, it’s static that grates on the nerves. It makes zero sense. Sometimes, a stranger will invoke … Continue reading Bi Polar Disorder and Anger – A Raging Lunatic Tells All – Jodie Sand