Mental health is vital to our day-to-day, and should be proritised as much as physical health. I began my self-love, healing and mental health journey in 2016. Here is everything I have learnt along the way.
Happy #PawGainz day! It’s been 5 years since I decided to prioritise self-care, and I’m thankful for it every single day. I’ve evolved since then, here’s a post all about that! 💜
Does anyone else hear Beyoncé singing “running” when seeing the word “running”? 😆 I picked up a new hobby recently to be outside more.
Out of all the social media platforms there are, Instagram is the one I’m glued to the most. I wanted to be more intentional with it this year!
I tried out Apple’s newest Health and Fitness service – Fitness+! Here are some of my thoughts on it.
Out of all the tough months this year – December has been the toughest. I wrote myself a list to remind myself of everything great in the sea of worry!
Welcome to Paw’s Gym! This is an updated post on how I’ve set myself up to work out in my small apartment.
It’s been 4 years since I started my health and well-being journey. This is my annual post on my learnings and progress this year!
I miss the gym. But working out at home has been fun too! ✨ Here’s a quick post about exercising in my small flat.
It’s that time of the month, here’s a post about it. 🤪
Happy Valentines Day! To celebrate the occassion, here’s a more personal post I’ve been thinking about lately – all on love and the social media utopia.
Keep me accountable, internet. ✊🏻 Sharing the first Wellness doc covering exercise, mental health, diet and more!
Maximising time at conferences isn’t what most think that it is. Here is what I’ve learned from my experience at WebSummit.
Sharing the positive impact that the mindfulness and meditation app, Calm has given me.
It’s been 3 years since I started my health and well-being journey. These are my learnings and progress this year!
In the long run, what really matters?
This is a piece about social media and our relationship with our phones. Written by someone who is addicted.
Sharing my experience with burnout, mental health and health and well-being. ☁️
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the incredible Aimee Browes, founder of the Happiness Bootcamp and Personal Trainer.
When I truly prioritised myself starting with my physical and mental health… everything changed – beyond seeing an ab or two! Here is #PawGainz, 2 years on.
Sharing my favourite health and wellness apps that helps me stay on track and keep a record of my health data. 💉
One thing I hear from people is that they “just don’t have time” to work out in the week, but there are things that you can do to make time for your health! 💙
Sharing some stories on self-confidence 🌼
It’s been a whole year since I introduced positive habits into my life. Today I’ll be talking about each of them and the impact they’ve had on me 💙🍏💪🏼💭
A post about my current morning routine which usually tires people out when I talk about it 😅
Happy new year!! Before we dive straight into 2017, I wanted to share my accomplished goals and my plans for the year ahead. If you’re interested, I also wrote a post on the top 5 lessons I’ve learned from 2016. Table of Contents 2016 “resolutions” I achieved:Other things I’m proud of, outside of my resolutions:2017 – Further […]
With 2016 quickly coming to an end, I wanted to share five life lessons I learnt in 2016. Table of Contents 1. My free time is worth a lot more than a purposeless feed2. Self-worth3. Rejection is growth4. Unconditional love is the best love there is5. Strive for Progress, Not Perfection 1. My free time […]
How great is tech right now? I’m so happy to be living in a time where apps can help make things in everyday life much easier. I was reminded how great technology is from my busy week interning. Last week, I had the opportunity to attend an innovative conference, generate very forward ideas with other […]
Hola! If you follow me on any of my social media profiles, you’ll know that I’ve been on a week trip to Spain. I’m (sadly) back in England now, with an uneven tan and beach blues. Although my dad is Spanish, I’ve not had many Spanish influences in my culture growing up so it was interesting […]
During university, it was often quite easy for me to lose track of myself, because of the continuous heavy University and/or work-related tasks that I needed to complete to for a certain deadline. My second year at university really overwhelmed me, to say the least. I found myself juggling so many tasks to the point of mental and physical exhaustion all […]