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MH@H Mental Health

Bullet Journalling Part I: The Basics

I've talked about bullet journalling before, but it's been a while, so I thought I'd talk about it again in a little miniseries over the next couple of weeks. My Journalling History I've journalled off and on for most of my life. When I was going to university, I mostly did themed pages devoted to… Continue reading Bullet Journalling Part I: The Basics

The emerging blogger series on Mental Health @ Home
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Emerging Blogger Series: Burnie (Quash Stigma Not Fat)

This post is by Burnie of Quash Stigma, Not Fat. Why you should keep going in eating disorder recovery….. When the going gets tough in eating disorder recovery, you have to keep going. I’ve found myself doubting the recovery process many times, and when i’m in this place I return to my “why choose recovery”… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Burnie (Quash Stigma Not Fat)

The emerging blogger series on Mental Health @ Home
MH@H Community Features

Emerging Blogger Series: Valerie Rice (Tiny Couch)

This post is by Valerie Rice of The Tiny Couch. Journaling: Good Vs.Evil We have probably all heard about the therapeutic technique of journaling. Some of us might even keep a journal or diary on our nightstands, even if we only use it sporadically. Well, that’s cool, but do you really know why? I truly… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Valerie Rice (Tiny Couch)

book cover: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
MH@H Book Reviews

Book Review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll is the original Bullet Journal®. Before reading this book, I was vaguely aware that there was an official bullet journal website, but what I learned about bullet journalling came from other bloggers and from Pinterest.  It turns out my journal is very different from a Bullet Journal. Bullet Journalling… Continue reading Book Review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll