9-5 VS Backpacking

Hi Loves, how are we? I just thought I’d write a post explaining why I’m quitting my 9-5 job to go backpacking. If you follow me on twitter you would’ve seen how I’ve been bragging about my job being so amazing and my manager being so lovely. So you might be asking yourself “Rosie, why are you giving your comfortable, perfect job up for backpacking?” … Continue reading 9-5 VS Backpacking

Tips for before you travel with Bipolar

As you all know I’m traveling to Southeast Asia for 3 months in February, if you don’t know this have you been living under a rock?! Anyway, I wanted to write a post about my top tips for pre-travel prep whilst living with Bipolar. Over the past few months I have had a nightmare and I would like to help you avoid this. I have … Continue reading Tips for before you travel with Bipolar

Thank You!

I just wanted to write a quick post thanking you all for sticking by me. For sticking by me during this break, which I needed. I needed to clear my head and accept my Bipolar. You ALL allowed me to do that with no questions asked. For that, I’m eternally grateful! I love you all to the moon and back. I can’t wait to see … Continue reading Thank You!

OU Monthly Update – January 2019

As you all know I have been studying with the Open University for the past 3 years, stressful? yes, rewarding? yes. So why have I all of a sudden decided to defer my modules until October 2019? Flashback to two months ago. I was sitting at work, slightly stressed out, I’d seen my psychiatrist three days before hand where he had told me I had … Continue reading OU Monthly Update – January 2019

Changing Times

I write this as I’m sitting at my desk at work. “Why aren’t you working Rosie?” I’m on my lunch break ok! Stop with the judging. So I’m going to jump right in to it, being away from my blog has made me realise the following things. 1. I care to much. 2. Prozac kills creativity. 3. I want to transform my blog into a … Continue reading Changing Times

Panther

I’m sitting here minding my own business when you appear again. You weren’t invited but you always turn up. I call you the Panther. I see you as a big Panther’s paw. Draped over me like a blanket refusing to let me feel happy, refusing to allow my mood to be lifted. Panther we haven’t seen each other in a while. How have you been? … Continue reading Panther

Things to never say to someone with Bipolar

If you have Bipolar Disorder then someone has said at least one of these things to you. Whether that be without thinking or thinking they are helping. Words can be hurtful so please be careful with what you say and how you say it. Here is my list of things to never say to someone with Bipolar Disorder “You don’t actually have Bipolar” “I don’t … Continue reading Things to never say to someone with Bipolar