All posts tagged mental health

VegfestUK: Why you should adopt veganism today.

  VegfestUK returned to Olympia last month, welcoming a host of ‘utterly delectable vegan food, drinks, clothing, footwear, cosmetics, skincare, jewellery and magazines. The two-day festival ‘encourages everyone to follow […]

Legalising Cannabis

East London, Mile End.  Friday afternoon. The smell of cannabis hangs in the air. Nothing new, surely we have all been exposed to the drug at one point or another […]

Mental Health Awareness on your Year Abroad

Whilst many of us are getting back into the swing of university life, plenty of students will be well into the first few months of their year abroad. Although this […]

Give it a read ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ by Richard Carlson.

Book Review: A Personal favourite of mine so far…         I continually read biographies, autobiographies and self-help, a lot of the time non-fiction. These are books which grab […]

How Well Can We Truly Know Someone?

A line from Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities reads: ‘[it is] a wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret […]

Feel Good with 100 Wardour St’s new pop up bar in aid of mental health.

Without sounding like an alcoholic, I personally never need an excuse to drink. However, if I ever did, then 100 Wardour St is giving the public the perfect incentive. The […]

Queer Voices on the Intersection of Queerness and Mental Health

TW: Queerphobia, Homophobia, Transphobia, Violence, Self-harm, Suicide, Hate crime, Mental illness, Mental health As we mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots this Pride month, it becomes important now […]

Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton

“Nearly everything I know about love, I’ve learnt from my long-term friendships with women.” Dolly Alderton is a journalist and writer who published her debut novel, Everything I Know About […]

It Is What It Is?— Power and Passivity as Seen on Love Island

As Brits, we all know the power of being passive aggressive — a trait that is perfectly encapsulated on this series of ITV2’s Love Island. “Can we have a chat?” […]