My anxiety sometimes manifests as health anxiety, and that’s taken me to some unexpected places.
Update: The talk is out! Check it out here after reading the story below. Saturday was a huge day for me! I’ve finally made the switch to almond milk, and reduced my dairy intake. It’ll be interesting to see what effect this has on my morning digestion. Also, I gave a TED talk at TED […]
As an experiment, I’m running a book giveaway over on Goodreads. For the next 24 hours you can enter for a chance to win a free, signed copy of Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life. Enter below! And please – share this post and tell your friends! All the usual Goodreads giveaway rules […]
About ten months ago I was writing a book. (If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already heard of it, but if not… In short, it’s a comedy book about anxiety. Click here to learn more.) At the time, I had no idea if I could write a book. Or if I did somehow manage to […]
The book is out! Honestly, it was actually out two days ago. But somehow, amidst the madness, I never actually posted anything on the actual site. Inner critic: You know it said “Pre-order” on here for two days after it was out? Good god, this is embarrassing. Well, maybe. I’m not sure the consequences are […]
Anxiety United have posted their latest podcast episode, centred around an interview with me about the upcoming release of Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life! It was a really fun chat, and we got into discussion of mental health issues in general, as well as swapping some stories about our own experiences with […]
Today we answer the Occasionally Asked Question: “Is this site just excerpts from the book, and how is that related to your plans for World Peace?”
A claustrophobic attack, an unwrapped birthday present, and a cheesy idea to annoy my inner critic. Do we “have everything we need”?
There once was a virus who fell in love with its host. It drifted around in their bloodstream, dreamily content with its lot in life. Every moment was a joy. It was physically joined with its true love, and it had never wanted anything more. One day, after a spate of joyous multiplying, the virus […]
Anxiety can get out of control very quickly, but there’s one big idea which reduces its power over us…
(NO CATS WERE HARMED IN THE PRODUCTION OF THIS POST, BUT ONE ELDERLY LADY DID FAINT)