Good Things: Lockdown Edition

Good Things: Lockdown Edition - rosie abigail

Recently, I’ve been looking hard to find the good in things; the silver linings, the positives among the negatives. Why? Well, I’m tired of being sad at the state of the world! That’s not to say I’m ignoring what’s going on, not at all. Just amongst the deaths and politics of our current Coronavirus induced […]

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Antidepressants and Me | rosie abigail

Antidepressants and Me - Sertraline

Salbutamol and Seretide for asthma, antihistamines and adrenaline for allergies, Codeine and Prednisolone for flare ups, and Sertraline for my brain. More specifically, Sertraline for chronic anxiety and clinical depression. Those are the medications that rattle around in my bag and go with me wherever I go. I’m kind of a package deal – “The […]

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How to Get Yourself Feeling Creative! | rosie abigail

Anyone else feeling like they are stuck in a creative rut at the moment? Oh, you mean the whole of the world feels the same thanks to a global pandemic? Yeah, I thought so. Being creative is a pretty large part of my life; I run this blog, a theatre company, work on my bullet […]

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April 2020 Favourites | Books, Style, Houseplants, and more!

Four days into May and I’m only just talking about my April favourites! I’m sorry it’s taken longer than usual but I’m going to be honest with you; my anxiety has been here. I’ve been struggling to focus, been lacking creativity, and generally have just felt like I have a bee buzzing around my belly, […]

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My Spring Essentials | 2020

If my hayfever is anything to go by, we are well and truly into Spring! To me, Spring is the season for cleaning and renewal and lists, and that’s given me the inspiration for this post. There are so many things that make me happy about the turn of the season, and there are some […]

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Things I Want to Do When This Is All Over | rosie abigail

This, of course, being the Coronavirus pandemic. However much I am an optimist, I know things won’t ever fully go back to normal, or the normal we were accustomed to. And the world won’t suddenly snap back into working full speed again; it’ll be a delayed return, just like they are doing in Wuhan now. […]

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Three Weeks into Isolation | rosie abigail

With all this “free”/locked at home time, I’ve been in a little battle with myself. On one side, I have my anxiety fueled, workaholic self, who is annoyed that I haven’t been productive. Then on the other side, I have my self-care driven self, who is pushing for more naps and more snacks. Sometimes, the scales tip and I end up falling down one of those holes. But for the most part, I’ve been finding joy in balancing between the two! Although normal life has been pushed to the side, I’m beginning to get a kind of new normal routine, balancing my productive and self-care priorities. So, let me tell you what I’ve been up to in these weeks of self-isolation, between working from home, looking out of the window, and video calling my family.

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March 2020 Favourites | Books, Style, Skin-Care, and more!

Oh it’s felt like a loooong month. At the beginning of the month, I was getting back to normal life again after being stuck at home with an illness, and I’ve ended the month being stuck back at home thanks to the coronavirus (I don’t have it, I’m just listening to the government and staying […]

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Tips to Get You Through Self-Isolation | Working From Home

I’m sure I’m not the only person on this planet we call home who is feeling lost right now. We are living in unprecedented times, and that comes with a lot of anxiety and life-adjustments. My biggest adjustment so far has been having to self-isolate. However, I think I’m pretty skilled on the self-isolation front. […]

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What’s In My Bujo Kit? | Bullet Journal

Surprise surprise, I’m back with another bullet journal related post! After posting various snaps on my Instagram and blog posts like ‘My 2020 Bullet Journal‘, I’ve had people ask me what pens and stationery I use when working on my bujo. After bujo-ing for well over four years and a lot of trial and error, […]

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