Jeez, guys, tell us something we didn't already know. The National Trust have just published a study which shows that people experience greater feelings of happiness and contentment from places than they do from 'treasured objects' like wedding rings and other sentimental items. Reminiscing about a destination we've made happy memories in can make us calm, … Continue reading Places are better for your wellbeing than things.
I'm really honoured to say that Smarter Travel have featured me in one of their recent posts, a roundup of tips and advice on travelling with depression. You can read the full post here - https://www.smartertravel.com/2017/09/14/traveling-with-depression/ and see a post I wrote about staying sane on longer adventures right here - https://justcantsettle.com/2016/03/14/remaining-sort-of-vaguely-sane-sometimes/ ?
Credit: instagram @emotionalclub When, at 4am the other day, I decided to write a piece about long-term travelling with mental health struggles, I originally ended up writing a 1,500 word essay that said a lot of things in it that have already been said a million times elsewhere. So I had a rethink. Here, in shorter … Continue reading Remaining sort-of vaguely sane. Sometimes.