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Mental Health

15 Ways To Look After Your Mental Health

I’ve been quite open recently that my mental health hasn’t been brilliant. It certainly isn’t terrible but I haven’t been myself. I’ve been feeling anxious and unmotivated. There have been days when I have felt tearful, unable to control my mood and I have just wanted to clamber back into bed and sleep. My Mental Health There are many small reasons why my depression has relapsed. The stress and sadness of the recurrent miscarriages and the anxiety I felt in my…

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Finding Happiness

Mrs H’s 10 Favourite Things – May/ June/ July 2016

A faded photograph of the close up of a pretty brunette lady's face with the title " Mrs H's 10 favourite things - May/ June/ July 2016" _ Mrs H's favourite things

Well hello and welcome to the first "Mrs H's 10 favourite things" post. I have been meaning to start writing these posts for a while now. I often discover fabulous Netflix programmes, a gorgeous new lipstick, a beautiful dress for Little Miss H or a cute babygrow for Little Mister H. And I have nowhere to rave about them. That is why I am starting this monthly post. This month I am being a little sneaky and including some pregnancy items from May…

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Fashion & Beauty

The Final Countdown – A Month To Get Gorgeous!

I know exactly what I will be doing in a month’s time. I will be drinking prosecco, enjoying a baby free night and having a fantastic time. In a month’s time I am going to be Matron of Honour to the beautiful and wonderful soon-to-be Mrs S. I am beyond excited. It is going to be a fabulous day. However, something rather disturbing has just dawned on me. I am going to be in photos. Their photographer is hugely talented (check…

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Mental Health Motherhood

What A Wonderful World

Follow my blog with BloglovinI was thinking recently about all the time I spent in my early twenties wishing the world would stop so I could get off. I hated this world and thought life was pretty miserable. I know I was very ill; my depression meant I could not see beyond my own sadness. I was not able to appreciate the love of my friends and family, my time at university or all the wonderful opportunities put in front…

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