Girl vs Bush: An Illustrated Incident


Do you ever have those moments when you know, logically, that you are acting/thinking really irrationally? But you still can’t stop. You still can’t get that thought out of your head? If you have health anxiety/hypochondria or other forms of anxiety, you probably know what I mean. Let me share with you the incident of two weeks ago.  Continue reading “Girl vs Bush: An Illustrated Incident”


The past few days, I feel as though I have given up the fight. It happens every once and a while. I just stop fighting the anxiety. I let it completely take over. I start wallowing in self-pity, self-loathing and dirty clothes (because I can’t be bothered to clean my room). It happens for different reasons every time. This time, it was because I convinced myself I had “postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome“…yeah… Continue reading “Fight”


I’ve always loved sleep. Well actually, that’s sort of a lie. When I was a kid, I hated sleep. And I don’t mean like the normal “But Moooooom, I don’t want to go to bed yet!” No, that was never my problem. I loved going to bed. I was probably 10 years old and still going to bed before 9:00 with no complaints. See, the problem was never going to sleep. The problem was staying asleep.  Continue reading “Sleep”