I wish I could reveal the identity of the nurse I interviewed this week because she deserves public recognition for the incredible work she’s doing. Unfortunately her NHS trust wasn’t happy about her speaking to the press, so in order to share her story – because it deserves to be heard … Read the rest
The coronavirus pandemic has affected us all in one way or another and it’s important for our mental health to stick together and keep our spirits up.
When you’ve spent all day around each other, a date with your partner might be the last thing you feel like doing, especially if you’ve been looking after … Read the rest
I’m a freelance journalist but I also work part-time in a supermarket for the extra financial security and social interaction.
Working in the supermarket at the moment is like working at Christmas but without the joviality. It’s crazy busy – and there’s no sign of it slowing down.
Our store’s sales targets were set some … Read the rest
The women’s football World Cup kicks off today (Friday), surrounded by what appears to be more fanfare and mainstream media coverage than the game has ever received before.
As the host nation, France are in action tonight. England, who are currently ranked third in the world and are managed by former England and Manchester United … Read the rest
Ruby sticking her tongue out at the ‘no dogs’ sign
It’s the 1st of April, a date met with gloom in our household and it has nothing to do with April Fool’s Day. It means that for the next six months, dogs are banned from some of our favourite local beaches.
Just as the … Read the rest
Source: I had a black dog, his name was depression https://youtu.be/XiCrniLQGYc
A mate recently changed her social media profile picture to an image of someone being held down by a large black dog.
This was her way of letting her friends and family know that she was struggling with depression, and we were able to … Read the rest