Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover…

So typically crows are considered to symbolise bad luck or death, but after just a little digging and research I was interest to find out that actually crows may be a symbol of life, magic and mystery. And interestingly in Greek mythology crows were a symbol of good luck and prophecy. So if this teaches us anything its that we sometimes develop an opinion on things without looking at the facts, and in this time more than any this is particularly relevant. We have a lot of information available to us on a daily basis from a range of sources, … Continue reading Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover…

Bangor University…

‘Education is what survives, when what has been learned has been forgotten’ ~ B.F. Skinner With my time at University coming to an abrupt end a few weeks ago, I’ve had the chance to reflect on what the last 4 years at Bangor have meant to me. I entered my undergraduate degree an introverted and shy individual but excited about the prospect of completing my degree in the field of psychology. Fast forward three years later and I have graduated with a psychology degree and am coming to the end of completing my masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis. Socially and … Continue reading Bangor University…

At One With Nature…

These are stressful times that we are living in, but there is a huge evidence-base to suggest that the greatest stress relief is being surrounded by greenery and fresh air. This can be doing some gardening, exercising outdoors or even just sitting, this can all help to improve mood, decrease stress and enhance self-esteem. So try to spend a little time outside every day, sit in the garden and read a book, go for a walk or a run and enjoy! Have a look on Mind’s website for more information about how nature can benefit your mental health: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/nature-and-mental-health/how-nature-benefits-mental-health/   Continue reading At One With Nature…