A Voluptuous Mind · Life

Old Wounds

As a person who worries way too much about what other people think of me, I often agree to things I don't want to do. Nothing crazy, just meetings that don't really hold any value for either party involved, that are arranged just to tick a box. An obligation box if you will. That might… Continue reading Old Wounds

A Voluptuous Mind · Anxiety

Update on Anxiety

My anxiety has been more in check these last couple of weeks since the panic attack but I am definitely feeling more sensitive to certain things. Like, if there are too many people at an event, I'm out thanks. I've always been this way to a point (50% introvert, 50% extrovert donchaknow?) but as the… Continue reading Update on Anxiety

A Voluptuous Mind · Feminism

Anger

The other day someone (a dude) asked me why women are so pissed off these days. Instead of punching him in throat and screaming "Because of you motherfuckers!!", I took a breath and told him to look around him. Predictably I didn’t finish my sentence before my piece was derailed by a #notallmen remark and… Continue reading Anger

#avoluptuouslove · #radicalselflove · A Voluptuous Mind · Mental Health · Self Love

Anxiety, my old friend

I've decided that it's time I was a little more honest with myself, and whoever reads these posts, from now on. To be clear, I don't think I present too false an image of my life. What you see is pretty much what you get, bar the filters I slap on my tired old selfies… Continue reading Anxiety, my old friend

A Voluptuous Mind · Acceptance · Life · Love · Writing · Writing Exercise · Writing Prompts

Obit

Write your obituary (via Writing Exercises) God, this will be a challenge. I was going to say it's a bit macabre to think of now but actually, should we be looking at death in such a negative way? There's a beautiful simplicity to the fact that we'll all face it one day and, of course, I don't want… Continue reading Obit