hello all im back, the last two/three i had a few things going on in my head so best i get a blog out of my thinking so here it goes again once again straight from the heart…
Appreciate The good times and enjoy them while there good as people know things can change so when the good times come along grab them be happy..
when it comes to mental health, you know your on a rollercoaster, you can be up and down and it goes round and round, you can go through amazing times then bang you wake up and feel totally shit, thinking oh i must be wrecked, stomach upside down thinking its something you had to eat that day, oh i must be getting the flu, blaming everything possible besides your anxiety has triggered again, sitting back and thinking what has triggered me now? thinking of what you have being doing lately and did you!
have an stressful events or anything on your mind? anyone else feel this? and always get no answers sometimes?? and keep guessing? (this is why i go to counselling as he finds it out for me) anxiety plays with your mind and Continue reading
hey all, im writing this blog on my own experiences with working and my own mental health issues i had about work/life balance and how being in a job you hate can effect you well-being and mental health and being in a job you love is massive difference..
with 168 hours in a week and you know a lot of people work 40 hours a week, that is 108 hours a week to yourself but average 40 hours of that we are asleep , so when you think of it you spend a lot of time in work so work has to be a place where we are happy and like our job would you agree?
saying that ill point out that we all cant find jobs we love due to qualifications, dropped out of school early, never went to college and can find the funding to go back to college and so on, this part we have to settle for jobs just to keep ourselves afloat and feeding out family and any job will do then once we provide for the people we love and trying to make them all happy its what we do but unfortunately that
well start with an interesting Stat – In 1971, the first email was delivered. More than 40 years on, social media has taken the world by storm. Social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, are now used by 1 in 4 people worldwide. Such activity may seem harmless, but some researchers suggest social media may affect our mental health and well-being.
On average we check our phones 150 times or more a day and a lot of us are addicted to our mobile phones and am certainly one of them.
we are married to our mobile phones, over exposure and constantly in our hands at any time we get to yourself and it can cause all sorts of issues mentally, mobile phones effect our moods 100% and even our sleep patterns, we go to bed with the phone checking Facebook etc and we wake up to check Facebook etc ending a day and starting a day with a mobile phone and checking up on what people said or did!!
im the biggest social media addict i put my hands up my life resolves around it, i find it great that i can check events and check whats on the weekend, often friends post there going to a concert or event the weekend and Continue reading