Photo Blog, Wellbeing

Sweet Sayings Photo Blog 1

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

Just Some Thoughts On:, Wellbeing

Media, My Mental Health & Covid-19

Hi Everyone, I know it's been a long time. I am currently finishing up my degree and whatnot. I have very much missed writing here. I imagine the the biggest thing on everyone's mind right now is Covid-19. While I can't offer any medical advice, I am so not qualified for that. But, I am… Continue reading Media, My Mental Health & Covid-19

Lifestyle, Reviews, Wellbeing

Book Review: Body Positive Power by Megan Jayne Crabbe

This week I am doing a book review of Body Positive Power by Megan Jayne Crabbe. Body positivity is something I have been interested in for a while, but online it seems to be a battleground which can make it intimidating for someone new, who wants to get involved. We have on, the one hand,… Continue reading Book Review: Body Positive Power by Megan Jayne Crabbe

Lifestyle, Wellbeing

Revisiting My Summer Goals

If you have been following me for a while you know that I had set six goals for the summer. If you don't know that I wrote a post about it in May and you can read it here. This week I want to review them and share some stuff I've learned. One of the… Continue reading Revisiting My Summer Goals

Just Some Thoughts On:, Lifestyle, thoughts & opinion, Wellbeing

6 Ways to Make Social Media a Nice Place to Live.

Okay, obviously I'm joking about the living part. I spend a lot of time online though. I mean so much that I'm too scared to look at the app on my phone that tells me exactly how much. I don't even know what it's called. But you know what, it's not so bad. That does… Continue reading 6 Ways to Make Social Media a Nice Place to Live.

Lifestyle, psychology, Wellbeing

Do Houseplants Promote Wellbeing?

I really like my houseplants. They do make me happy. This summer I have been trying to propagate some of the succulents and I have enjoyed seeing their progress and learning something new. But does that mean that the plants themselves contribute to my wellbeing? Could I replace them with crafts or colouring books? Perhaps… Continue reading Do Houseplants Promote Wellbeing?

student life, thoughts & opinion, Wellbeing

Feeling Like You Have Failed is Not the Same as Failing.

While this article is aimed specifically at students, it is applicable to anyone who frequently feels like they are failing at something. Hey we've all been there! On the 17th of June 2019 at 8 am, I received the results of my third-year exams and I passed everything. The night before in my mind I… Continue reading Feeling Like You Have Failed is Not the Same as Failing.

psychology, Reviews, thoughts & opinion, Wellbeing

Book Review: The Anxiety Journal, Corrine Sweet

Did you know that Girl Down a Rabbit Hole started out as a book review blog? So today you could say we are going back to our roots and reviewing a book. I have been so anxious lately. I think because college finished and now I'm left with all this nervous energy I have nowhere… Continue reading Book Review: The Anxiety Journal, Corrine Sweet

Lifestyle, Reviews

An Insomniac’s Guide to Sleep Mist

Chances are you know where this one is going, Lavender oil helps you sleep, everyone knows that, right? I have had insomnia almost my whole life. I don't remember a time I slept easily. Long before adulthood, college and coffee, I have had trouble nodding off. I've tried a lot of stuff and I find… Continue reading An Insomniac’s Guide to Sleep Mist

psychology, thoughts & opinion

Are You “Shoulding” on Yourself?

What should you be doing today? I'm not even going to list all the things I "should" be doing. But that's not what I want to talk about anyway, what I want to talk to you about is how you feel about what you "should" be doing. Everyone loves to tell everyone what they should… Continue reading Are You “Shoulding” on Yourself?