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Using Hypnosis to Treat Anxiety

I make no secret of the fact that I’m a worry wart. I’ve written before about my daily tussles with my Anxiety Goblin and the things I do to cope with those feelings and how to be cute to myself when it all gets a bit out of hand and overwhelming. Recently, I’ve found the Goblin being a little bit more shouty and vocal than usual. I’m not massively surprised about this. Lots of things in my life have changed over the last few months, I’ve been exhaustingly busy  ...

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Little Nan’s Bar

All over London there are hidden gems. Little restaurants you may not have heard of, museums showcasing weird and wonderful items and bars that will serve you the world’s greatest alcoholic beverages in pretty much any receptable you can imagine. I’m super lucky that with this ‘ere blog I get to regularly exercise my curious nature and investigate lots of these sparkling big smoke diamonds. However, I feel like I peaked last week with a visit to Little Nan’s Rio Bar. Hidden away underneath  ...

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A Light At the End of the Cancer Tunnel

You may remember a wee while ago I handed over to my best mate Izzy so she could write a post on finding out she had breast cancer at 28. This is Izzy. Eight months on, a lot of treatment, surgery and sassy silk head-scarves later, she’s back with another update. Over to you Iz! ************************************************************************************************************ So I am at the end of my ‘active’ treatment now (one side effect of cancer is that you  ...

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Being Busy and Saying No

HI BABES you may have noticed things round here have been a little on the quiet front. Truth is, I’m struggling a wee bit. When you’re freelance, and from my own experience, freelance in the arts, you end up saying YES to every opportunity and job that comes your way. This is in part because a lot of those opportunities help to build your CV and are actually really great and interesting, but it’s mainly because you’re never really quite sure where the next pay cheque is coming from, and  ...

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