Hi all! I wrote this originally for an online dog magazine, but the editor treated me with disrespect and was very rude, so I decided to end my contact with them and since I had already written the article and put a lot of work into it, I decided to publish it here. I hope some of you might enjoy reading it.
Our first trip in Myrtle the campervan was around Loch Lomond, we planned three nights and four very full days. We packed up on a Sunday morning bright and early, and our learning curve started straight away figuring out how to get the cushions on the passenger seats fixed in place while moving so the dogs didn’t slip off (they were attached in with seatbelts don’t worry).
It’s been a while as a lot has been going on. I have been doing some guest writing pieces, my most recent was one for the campaign on how we will teach mental health in UK schools, so that was exciting to be a part of.
I am positive about my body AND I’m actively trying to lose weight. I don’t use the phrase ‘body positivity’ specifically because there are so many different definitions of this and people get very wound up about what qualifies as body positivity and whether you are ‘truly’ body positive.
A few weeks ago(I think it’s been about two months now) my husband and I started to do food prep as part of my fitness journey. I have had a really stressful few weeks so I haven’t had time to write about it until now, but things are beginning to settle down so I thought I’d take some time to blog about it.
Things have been up and down lately but overall I feel as though I’m coping pretty well. I have been struggling with some new symptoms of dizziness, headaches and blurry vision. I’m in the middle of waiting to see what is causing it, there are a few possibilities from the doctor.
Hi all of you lovely people!
I haven’t been writing on here for a good few weeks because there’s been so much going on. I have been setting up an Etsy shop, selling positive, cheerfulness and self care packages for those with mental illness, chronic illness or anyone who needs them. It’s been fun and a lot of work, and is ongoing. There’s something for every budget and for everyone.