Hey Guys, I’m Sarah! I worked my butt off to manage anxiety and asthma, overcome depression and suicidal thoughts. Since then, I left my home town in County Durham in England for adventures abroad. I wasn’t fortunate to come from a wealthy background, so I had to find ways to support my adventures. If you like to read about mental health and adventure, then you’re in the right place!
I recently shared an experience with a follower to show him that recovery isn’t linear; that although I appear to be doing well, there are times when experiences come back to haunt me, but my response is far better than it used to be. I wanted to do this as a tweet thread, but sometimes content warnings on twitter don’t work as the word count is too short and then before you… Read More
They usually take us by surprise, just like a shart. I remember my first encounter with panic as vividly as the first time I sharted as an adult (for those not familiar with this term, a shart is when you try to fart, but let poop out at the same time). Trigger Warning: Assault At the age of 15 I used to hang around with a small group of guys and girls…. Read More
Norway is the longest country in Europe, with approximately one third of the country sitting north of the Arctic Circle. You might think of Norway as somewhere with only snow and ice and while this is correct in winter, the summer opens up the country to green meadows, rocky mountains that cascade into the crashing ocean beneath. Adventurer and outdoor writer Ash Routen says Given it’s latitude and terrain you can pack… Read More
Asthma is a disease that affects people in different ways, at different points in their lives or at different points in the year. It can be triggered by an allergy, temperatures, humidity or it can just be there. I suffer with asthma. It has varied in severity from being able to run without using my inhaler, to being admitted to hospital and put straight on a nebulator and steroids. Depending on the… Read More