Most of us know that spending time in nature is good for us—however, it's more than that. Knowing about nature is also improves our wellbeing. And if lockdown has taught us anything, when confined, we retreat to nature in our own way.
How many of you avoid the news because it makes you feel anxious? You are not alone, lots of people think this way. But the news is essential. The role of a journalist is to help the public understand what’s going on. Because let’s face it, experts don’t always make it simple. Currently, I am… Continue reading The News & Your Mental Health
Photo by Cookie the Pom on Unsplash I write a lot about mental health and psychology. The other day I was researching a topic, and the website I was reading was good. And I thought to myself that I would add this to my list of useful websites. To write responsibly, I must use reliable… Continue reading 5 Online Psychology Resources
Mostly spoiler-free, some discussion of characters and character development. Featured Image: Photo by Aliis Sinisalu on Unsplash A couple of months ago, I ran a poll on social media asking if you guys were interested in feminist literature. Across all three platforms, the majority were interested. The plan is to review more books like this… Continue reading The Familiars by Stacey Halls Book Review
Part 3 of the Hidradenitis Suppurativa Awareness Week 2020 Series. We have come to the end of the series. Although not the end of the awareness week. During this week, there have been little things that have come up that didn’t fit into the blog posts. But maybe helpful. So, over the weekend, I will… Continue reading Hidradenitis Suppurativa: My Story
Part 2 of HS Awareness Week 2020 Series Yesterday we looked at what HS is and what it is not. If you haven’t read Part 1 you can find it here. Today we have part 2 of the HS Awareness week 2020 series, HS & Trauma. HS itself can be debilitating. Medical care can be… Continue reading Hidradenitis Suppurativa & Trauma
Hidradenitis Suppurativa Awareness Week Part 1: Today, June 1st, 2020 is the first day of Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) Awareness Week. This week there will be three posts about HS. I am passionate about HS awareness because I suffer from the disease. I have had HS since I was 14, but only diagnosed last summer. Because… Continue reading Hidradenitis Suppurativa, What it is & What it’s not.
Since we are all stuck inside, I thought I might do an album review. This is an album I've had on constant rotation on Spotify for months. Check it out, I promise you won't be disappointed
I never expected to be finishing my thesis from home. When I was in first year, I imagined tearing my hair out in the library, not my living room. Nevertheless, here I am. Working from home has been a learning experience. I have figured out what works for me as I've gone along, and have… Continue reading 5 Tips for Working from Home
Hi there, Welcome to my first photoblog! I want to make some changes to the Girl Down a Rabbit Hole blog that I think will make it more engaging and ultimately nicer for you guys, as well as myself.I will announce the changes on social media shortly. But first, this first photoblog is just something… Continue reading Sweet Sayings Photo Blog 1