Selfcare

Cultivate Culture – #QueerEye

When you’re struggling with mental illness it’s easy to feel completely overwhelmed by the simplest things. Everyday tasks seem insurmountable and we end up feeling helpless, useless, and surrounded by chaos. Getting back on top of those runaway trains of thought and feeling can seem impossible, but sometimes a small change can make a big… Continue reading Cultivate Culture – #QueerEye

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Work Your Wardrobe – #QueerEye

When you’re struggling with mental illness it’s easy to feel completely overwhelmed by the simplest things. Everyday tasks seem insurmountable and we end up feeling helpless, useless, and surrounded by chaos. Getting back on top of those runaway trains of thought and feeling can seem impossible, but sometimes a small change can make a big… Continue reading Work Your Wardrobe – #QueerEye

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Own Your Space – #QueerEye

When you’re struggling with mental illness it’s easy to feel completely overwhelmed by the simplest things. Everyday tasks seem insurmountable and we end up feeling helpless, useless, and surrounded by chaos. Getting back on top of those runaway trains of thought and feeling can seem impossible, but sometimes a small change can make a big… Continue reading Own Your Space – #QueerEye

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The ECBC Film Club – About Time #FilmFridays

Written by ECBC contributor Max, an accomplished journalist, who has written about the entertainment sector for several years.  There are those films that we will always cherish, no matter what. We return to them, grinning fondly at their inviting DVD covers, as we would when greeting an old friend. We revisit their endearing, quirky scenes, and… Continue reading The ECBC Film Club – About Time #FilmFridays

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The ECBC Book Club x National Poetry Day: the sun and her flowers by Rupi Kaur

Today is National Poetry Day. Now, I know a lot of people don’t think very much of poetry. Probably scarred by the hours of trawling through the AQA GSCE Anthology, shouting “BUT WHY DOESN’T IT RHYME” at a black-and-white picture of Carol Ann Duffy. However, for me, poetry is a form that is closer to… Continue reading The ECBC Book Club x National Poetry Day: the sun and her flowers by Rupi Kaur

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Where did September go? It’s definitely Autumn season.

Seriously? How is it October already? Wow September was a hectic month! But thankfully we had #SelfcareSeptember to keep us going and to make sure we looked after ourselves. Here's a reminder of the 30 activities we suggested: Set a routine for self-Care Stretch Find a way to feel squeaky clean Be inspired Think about… Continue reading Where did September go? It’s definitely Autumn season.