Life, Positivity

Spreading Some Positivity

This week's post was meant to be my final part to my psychology of colour series, but I have just moved back to university and moved into a new flat. So I haven't had a lot of time, or been in the mood to do the research for the final post. I've been busy sorting out… Continue reading Spreading Some Positivity

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Lifestyle, Psychology

Colour Psychology: Blue

For the second part of my colour psychology blog series, I'm focusing on the colour blue. You can check out the first post all about red here. "Feeling blue?" Blue has been a colour that has long been associated with sadness, low mood and depression. While at the same time being strongly associated with calmness and… Continue reading Colour Psychology: Blue

art, Psychology

The Psychology of Colour

I've always been interested in the psychology of colour and the idea that different colours have the power to effect our mood. You've probably already heard things like "blue has a calming and soothing effect", "yellow makes you joyful" and "red is associated with passion, love, danger" etc. Popular psychology has really been taken with… Continue reading The Psychology of Colour

Life

Goodbye Procrastination, Hello Productivity

So for the first time in a long time, I feel I've had a pretty productive week. After spending much of easter break procrastinating essays and revision and not doing much, I was left with an undeniable feeling of guilt, regret and self-loathing. I came back to uni feeling pretty low and stuck. When lectures… Continue reading Goodbye Procrastination, Hello Productivity

Disability, Life

A Letter to Someone I’ll Never Be

Dear someone I'll never be, I often imagine what it is like to be you, a person that lives completely pain free, a person that wakes up completely refreshed and energised. Someone that doesn't start each day by scanning their body to see which parts are hurting and which aren't. Someone who who can get… Continue reading A Letter to Someone I’ll Never Be