why you should try yoga, even if you think you can't

If you have been following me on social media for a while, you’ll know that I have found a new found enjoyment for yoga.

Having weight trained for a few years, which don’t get me wrong I still love, I have found that incorporating yoga into my training week as being extremely beneficial. This is both in my physical wellbeing and in my mental health. Working  on my weaknesses whilst learning to compliment my strengths is empowering. View Post

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My tips on how to be your own inspiration for 2018

Ah, December 31st. The end of another year. The day on which your newsfeed will be flooded with reflections, photos of everyone’s year and the goals they have for the coming months.

These kinda posts can go one of these ways with you; they either inspire you to go out and make something happen for yourself, make you feel rubbish for not having as ‘great’ a year as someone else or just think, ‘meh’. View Post

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The Abortion Debate: Is 2017 really the place for the 1967 UK Abortion Act?

Last month, I had an evening to myself (I’m as shocked as you) so I decided to peruse iPlayer for something to watch. I love a good documentary or anything based on true events, so when I saw Abortion on Trial pop up, I was instantly intrigued.

It’s a taboo subject. A subject that causes mass debate. Protests. Questionable behaviour from those that oppose the thought of a woman having a mind and controlling her own body. A subject that I know affects people close to me. View Post

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Braving the stage

It’s that time of the week again, Throwback Thursday, so it seemed rather fitting when my Facebook memories reminded me of where I was just two years ago. I know many of you have heard this story, and perhaps even bored of me bringing it up, but braving the stage at The IFC really did have a lasting impact… View Post

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