Real Self-Care for Students | rosie abigail

In the land of undergraduate (and postgraduate study), a cold chill has fallen across the kingdom. Assignment titles have been released, all are behind on the reading lists, and even the strongest of students have succumbed to the flu. Stress levels are peaking, and people are forgetting what normal sleeping hours are. Two years on … Continue reading Real Self-Care for Students | rosie abigail

How to Get That ‘Work-Life Balance’ | rosie abigail

It’s fair to say that I am a busy bee. I work full time in Higher Education, run an arts and theatre company on the side, blog throughout the week, am completing a part-time Masters, and trying to maintain strong health and fitness, personal relationships, and not burn out (goodness, even reading that makes my … Continue reading How to Get That ‘Work-Life Balance’ | rosie abigail

Goals For The Next Four Months… | rosie abigail

So, I’m doing my daily morning scroll through Bloglovin’ (which you can follow me at here if you fancy), and up pops a post from one of my favourite bloggers, Lucy Moon. The blog is called “Setting Some 2019 Goals for the Next Four Months”, and was inspired by another fave blogger of mine, Hannah … Continue reading Goals For The Next Four Months… | rosie abigail

“If you can’t love yourself, how are you going to love anyone else?” | rosie abigail

Every time I hear that sentence, I can feel my blood start to boil. You want to know why? Because I disagree entirely.  If you know me, you’ll know I’ve struggled with my mental health and image of self-worth for a while. I’ve been diagnosed with chronic anxiety and clinical depression, and like the majority … Continue reading “If you can’t love yourself, how are you going to love anyone else?” | rosie abigail

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I’m Feeling Twenty-Three! | rosie abigail

Another year older, but probably not another year wiser. That’s right, on Sunday 7th July, I turned twenty-three. I know a lot of people have some kind of fear over their birthday, of getting older, of hitting a milestone. To me, twenty-three doesn’t seem a remarkable or important age. It’s close enough to eighteen that … Continue reading I’m Feeling Twenty-Three! | rosie abigail