When Did I Become So Afraid Of Change?

When Did I Become So Afraid Of Change?

You know what? Over the past couple of months, I really feel as though I’ve found my feet with my work/life balance. After the, quite frankly, trainwreck of a year where I gave myself no down days and made over a hundred videos, I realised I needed to get a handle on my schedule and my free time. Not only is it important for getting my eight hours a night…

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Ending My Complicated Relationship With Food

Ending My Complicated Relationship With Food

Food and I have a love-hate relationship. Mainly love, I won’t lie. Nothing gets me going more than biting into a slice of watermelon and having the juice ooze down your chin, or the folded, glossy scrambled eggs in your fried breakfast after a night out. Food smells good and tastes good, and as we have to eat it three times a day there’s plenty of room for the good…

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Self Care In An Age Of “Fuck It, I’m Fine”

Self Care In An Age Of “Fuck It, I’m Fine”

I’m going to write some phrases and I want you to ask yourself if you relate to them. “So much of my energy goes on thinking about the next thing; what’s on the horizon and how to get there.” “I spend so much time working that I find it hard to make time for non-work socialising, and daily tasks like laundry fall off the end of my to do list.”…

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The Podcasts I Can’t Get Enough Of

The Podcasts I Can’t Get Enough Of

It probably wont come as a surprise to you, but I love a good podcast. I’ll admit; when we came up with the idea for Banging Book Club, I wasn’t really into them. Once we’d recorded a couple of episodes, however, I figured it was probably best to have a proper look at what we were getting ourselves into. Serial became my gateway drug, and from there I’ve been getting…

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To Move Or Not To Move: Feeling Anxious About Change

To Move Or Not To Move: Feeling Anxious About Change

I’ve been living in London for getting on to five years. The first year was spent in halls, desperately trying to balance food purchases and nights out on my student loan, all interspersed with standing in pissed-in lifts and finding live mice in the cooker of our Zone 1 flatshare. Year Two’s accommodation was a beautiful but freezing cold Victorian home between Archway and Finsbury Park, where we would sit…

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A Year After Sobriety

A Year After Sobriety

This week marks a year since I started working on my relationship with alcohol. Before we launch into it: to confirm, I am not currently sober. I initially went sober for 100 days, and now do periods of sobriety to check in with myself and to confirm that I still feel in control of my drinking. I won’t lie, it feels absolutely unreal writing that down – if you’d told…

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The Importance Of Self-Care Online

The Importance Of Self-Care Online

Yesterday I received the tweet that every YouTuber will receive at least once when they start uploading regularly: @iamnotlucymoon have you stopped doing YouTube? I rewatched like 20 of your videos yesterday cause I miss watching them! Upload soon please💕 — Estela Andreetta (@estelaandreetta) September 10, 2017 The desire for quick, consumable content continues and, as the lovely Estela recognised, I hadn’t uploaded for the past month. I kind of…

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