Self Care for Self-Isolation

For all of us, the outbreak of covid-19 is a period of unprecedented change, chaos and confusion. Facing the anxieties of watching…

By Matilda Haymes

To Do: Be Unproductive

I can’t pinpoint exactly when the change happened: when a ‘good day’ came to be measured by productivity levels instead of some…

By Molly Simpson

On Rising

A year and a half ago, I did not know how to bake. I also did not know that I had something…

By Sarah Cooke

Taking Sides

My memories of my late Popo hang in a deafening silence. They come to me not as moving frames, but as vivid…

By Kat Nugent

Eco-Anxiety

A new phenomenon is hitting the mental health space. More and more people – especially millennials and Gen Zs – are saying they…

By Emily Leary

In My Blood

These summers in the countryside of Denmark, once so breathlessly long and sticky – sand in my shoes constantly, hair slick with…

By Camilla Ackley

M.E. and I

I’d like to start off by providing some precise statistics on my illness; the date of my diagnosis, the different medications and…

By Zoe Crombie

Homesick

“You want to get out while you can pet” my Mam had told me when I first announced my university offers. I…

By Jessica Adams

Digital Dancer

You would have to twist it out of me, but I could talk about dance until the end of time.  As it…

By Shelby Traynor

Breaststroke in Tesco

Toes to the wall behind and fingers to the wall ahead. Palms down and splayed thumbs whispering to the touch. To pull…

By Chloe Weare

Are We Ignoring Women’s Pain?

“Calm down dear”: the age-old phrase used to put us women back in our boxes, back in our kitchens, back on our…

By Eleanor Toms