I love eating out on occasions and trying new spots especially in my buzzing city of London and love sharing recommendations as well as finding new spots to dine and wine at.
We’re all busy let’s face it. But what I love seeing lately on social media has been the constant promotion and awareness of self-care. Mental health is a constant talking point and often the most “usiest people tend to be the most loneliest. Here’s how I love to look after me to avoid feeling crappy and how I constantly like to re-energise:
In celebration of international women’s day and pretty much every day, I feel so privileged to be surrounded by, be friends with, and know of women doing remarkably well in their line of work, are inspiring, hard working, and someone I’m genuinely glad to know, and who you should get to know about! :
Life gets busy, but making time for those we consider close friends and family, is important! Here are a few of my favourite things to do with friends I love:
- To be patient
- To be a good listener
- To be honest
- To never forget about me, too!
- That I am human, and I can make mistakes.
Negative headlines, terrorism, death – it’s too much. Life is too much sometimes.
How do I have better understanding it?
How do I encourage others who have also dealt with bad news?
1. Eat good! It makes you feel good. I made a food list and researched into restaurants I’m going to be eating at this summer in London. It’s great to see so many of them ticked off my list.