Let’s summarise The Story So Far of this initial exploration of anxiety. And because I’m dangerously over-organised, let’s do it as a list: It wasn’t obvious to me that I even had anxiety, despite being constantly anxious forever. My first instinct was to hide it, repress it, and pretend everything was okay… but that just […]
Huge news everybody! I can announce that the release date for the paperback edition of Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life will be the 31st March. Sign up to the mailing list for the latest developments. MORE huge news everybody! The Kindle version is available for pre-order RIGHT NOW. Go to this page […]
The first thing I had to do after admitting that I had anxiety was to decide to actually do something towards being less anxious. Well, I say the “first” thing. But this decision actually took me several years. In fairness, I was busy! You can’t just drop everything and go ‘deal with anxiety’, can you? […]
Falling a long way while strapped to a German teaches us a lot about hiding anxiety. There’s no shame in being anxious, and no need to keep anxiety secret.
How an encounter with a terrifying ant sort-of helps to explain what anxiety is.
And what does it look like in real life?
Okay, so “I hope to release during January” was waaaay optimistic. Somehow I forgot that every single job takes way more time than you possibly imagined. Anyway, the first print samples arrived today: Exciting! There are some weird printing issues on a few pages, but I expect to get those resolved pretty quickly. It looks […]
It’s traditional* for the first post on a new blog to be solely about the first post itself, and who am I to ignore Tradition? * Well, probably traditional, though honestly I just made this up. It certainly sounds traditional enough for me. At the time of writing this site is artistically unfinished and somewhat unattractive, but it is at […]