Medication, a word that is heard every day with COVID and the need to find a treatment for it. So why is it ok for us to talk about medication for that virus? But not that of a mental illness. I am open with my mental health struggles but never (until last week), spoke about

You’ve got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me You've got a friend in me When the road looks rough ahead And you're miles and miles from your nice warm bed You just remember what your old pal said Boy, you've got a friend in me Yeah, you've got a friend in me You've got a friend in

Elsa Let it Go

Being more like Elsa

Growing up, Buzz Lightyear was my childhood hero. Who wouldn't want to be a space ranger with a questionable ability to fly. Fast forward to late twenties Fie, and I want to be more like Elsa. Channeling my inner Disney princess may sound bizarre but a few phrases of hers, I am trying to use

Pressure and Expectations

Expectations and pressure. Go hand in hand. One can’t exist without the other. Pressure creates expectations. Expectations we set on ourselves or set upon us. Going into London Marathon training, I had a clear goal and as a result a lot of pressure. I’ve always set fairly high expectations on myself. Which definitely has a

An Open Letter

An open letter to myself, Hey Fie, Go easy on yourself. Your cards haven’t all aligned and the jokers shown his face a fair few times. It’s okay that you’ve not got it all together, take a chill pill. Literally. So you’ve lost your motivation for training and running, but you’ve ultimately not lost the