International Men’s Day – A Toast to My Hero

On the 27th of June 1943 in a small village called Bancffosfelen, Carmarthenshire Moelwyn Jones was born. It was there he was raised by two loving parents and went on to meet the love of his life and soulmate, Delyth-Ann Jones. Throughout his 72 years of life he worked numerous jobs including a career as […]

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Lessons I Learnt About Social Anxiety as an Aspiring Journalist

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Overcoming many battles with social anxiety and deciding I wanted to go to university to study Journalism seemed contradictory to me at the time. “You must be absolutely mad”, I told myself repeatedly. The first step was the easiest for I was yet to face the fear of interviewing a complete stranger – aka putting […]

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A Review – The Existence of Amy by Lana Grace Riva

We’ve thankfully grown better at conversing about mental health in recent years. But how much do we fully understand about the different illnesses? In the book ‘The Existence of Amy’, Lana Grace Riva takes the reader on a journey to recovery with main character Amy. Amy faces a daily battle against OCD and depression, but […]

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Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019.

2018 has been one hell of a year, probably one of the best for me in terms of both growth and development. Of course, each year has its ups and downs, and it was far from perfect but what is? AJC¬†wrote how those of us that make the effort to make a new years resolution […]

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5 Reasons You Should Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

The art of comparing yourself to another – an issue that feels like the bane of my life at the moment and yours too, I’m guessing. In today’s society, it has become a norm to envy others and therefore begin to compare yourself to them. It’s of course even easier with the likes of social […]

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