Hello and welcome to The Art to Survival! If you meant to be here then huzzah, you’ve found it! If you’ve stumbled here by accident, well, keep reading anyway. You never know, you might find something you like.
I am a copywriter, content creator and blogger focusing on all things mental health and wellbeing. My aim is to normalise the conversation around mental health and make it a topic that people aren’t afraid to be a part of. I also want to make people aware of all of the different kind of help there is available; it’s not all about talking therapies and medication, there’s also holistic healing, aromatherapy, acupuncture, art therapy, music therapy and many, many more that I couldn’t possibly list!
Words are so powerful and we don’t always realise how much of an effect they can have. The wrong message can put people off and send them somewhere else and we don’t want that!
A really good blog for your business can touch so many people but I do recognise that some people feel like they aren’t good at expressing themselves on paper or simply don’t have the time.
Mistakes happen to the best of us, so having a second pair of eyes to check things over can prevent any annoying (or embarrassing) mishaps.
tip of the week
If you feel yourself getting anxious and overwhelmed,
In and out. In and out. In and out.
Take all the time you need.
From my recent blogs…
Joy. A complex emotion that’s harder to find and even harder to keep but honestly, it’s worth the fight. I’ve finally found joy in my work and I love it! What’s even better is finding people who have the same passion.
Survival. A primal instinct that allows parents to lift cars off their children and others to put one foot in front of the other when they’ve been beaten down. It’s what makes you nauseous and your heart start to race when you’re anxious.
It’s what keeps you alive.
Aah 2020. The year that brought us Covid-19. The pandemic that has brought us both simple joys and crushing devastation. Not really in equal amounts because there has been much more devastation than joy, but we have to try and find the bright sides or what was it for?