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PODCAST – Healthy. Comfortable. Happy.

Check out my recent guest appearance on the Healthy. Comfortable. Happy Podcast, hosted by Sas James and Neil Thomas. I talk about my past struggles with mental health and ways I have tackled it to build a flourishing business. Hope you enjoy 🙂

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#MentalHealthAwarness – Tip 8 Compartmentalize Your Life

By this, I mean, create clear separations in the different parts of your life. Work, Home, Down time, Free time, Social, Family, Fitness…. Again for me this all ties in to organisation and clear mindedness to stop myself from becoming overwhelmed and keep as productive as possible, both in work and personal terms. Most important […]

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#MentalHealthAwarness- Tip 7 YOU ARE NOT ALONE

When I first realised that I suffered with anxiety I was ashamed. I had no idea what it was and thought I was odd. And to be honest I was scared. You’d be so surprised to know how many people are in a similar scenario to you. Just by talking about my situation in person […]

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#MentalHealthAwarness — Tip 6 Find outlets that feeds your JOY.

It’s a strange one joy. Happiness. A lot of people suffering with their mental health feel like they don’t deserve happiness. Or a lot of people feel like that have to earn the chance to be happy and it’s not something that just comes out of the blue. This mindset is honestly way more common […]

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#MentalHealthAwarness – Tip 5 BREATHE!!

Ok, so this one is a little more difficult for me to write about. I’m a bit of a cynical bastard, I don’t really believe in fate, I’m not exactly spiritual and I’m a total atheist. So when people started talking to me about breathing as a good technique for quelling anxiety I pretty much […]

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#MentalHealthAwareness — Tip 4 Have a FUCK IT button.

I remember going to see a therapist when I was living back home for a little while. Now the whole idea of a therapist was crazy, for use of a better word. For me, at that time, you saw a therapist if there was something really wrong with you….if you had voices in your head […]

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#MentalHealthAwareness — Tip 3 Self Awareness

There were a whole bunch of reasons that I decided to give up drinking. Actually, some of them weren’t actually my decisions per se, they were more like ultimatums. “If you carry on living in this anxious mess, with extremely negative crutches and cycles then you’re going to have a pretty shitty life”. However, one […]

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#MentalHealthAwareness — Tip 2 Identification

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”, and lets face it, he knew what he was talking about. Tip 2 – identify what makes you effects your mental health and take action. Now the words ‘take action’ can seem like the equivalent of running a […]

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#MentalHealthAwareness — Tip 1 Gratitude

“They can literally be anything and I found that that constant reinforcement of happiness and gratitude slowly changed my mindset from negative to predominantly positive” Now before I start these tips, I want to reiterate that these are things that worked for me. This is not a be all and end all guide of gaining […]

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