Working for the NHS During a Pandemic – An Interview With Alex Munro

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On the 23rd of March, Boris Johnson announced the UK would go into lockdown. Shops were to close, events and gatherings were to be put on hold, and the already struggling NHS were about to be put under even more pressure. In today’s blog post, it gives me great pleasure to introduce Paediatric Nursing Assistant […]

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7 Ways To Tackle Feeling Overwhelmed

Sara Young Wang, in an article for Forbes, narrowed feeling overwhelmed down to 4 main causes. These are: The fear of bad outcomes. Feeling uncertain. Struggling to find a solution to tough problems. Having a mind that’s constantly racing with thoughts. The act of feeling overwhelmed is something we ALL experience in our lifetime and […]

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Walking To Eliminate Anxiety

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), a group of psychologists studying how exercise helps both anxiety and depression have suggested that a 10-minute walk may have the same benefits as a 45-minute intense workout. After waking up in a right old panic on Saturday morning after a bad dream, I decided […]

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Don’t Stress, It’s Okay.

Feel very free to criticize me because I am currently writing this post because I’m avoiding getting work done… You guessed it. Today’s post is about stress/worry and avoidance. For me personally, I constantly find myself worrying more than needed over pieces of work that need to be done (for University). Nevertheless, my temporary solution […]

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Uni Life As an Introvert

In today’s post I wanted to discuss a factor that is indeed a reality for me, which is being an introvert. Therefore, I’d like to talk about living at University as one. Why? I’ve certainly come across hurdles in terms of adjusting to it, and I thought it’d be good to share with you. Before […]

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