Monday, 3 May 2021

Writer's Block Word Vomit

      I'll be quite honest gang: I don't know what this post is going to be. I've just sat down to start writing, and we'll see where it goes. I've been struggling to write lately, so I thought the best option was to just start something, anything, and see if it would break through this writer's block. I mean, there's definitely a few posts on here over the years which have consisted in me writing about writer's block, and I've always gotten past it eventually.

Blank notebook lying open with a pencil on top
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Thursday, 25 March 2021

What is Eco-Anxiety and How Do We Handle It?

      Climate anxiety or eco-anxiety is, to boil it down to the basics, fear caused by climate change and environmental disaster. It's the feelings of dread you experience when you think about the environmental problems our planet is facing. It's the awful sense of fear when you contemplate what our future, and that of the next generation, will look like. It's the gnawing guilt about not doing enough to help, and continuing to do things you know aren't good for the planet. It's anger, panic, overwhelm and feelings of helplessness. And as our environmental issues continue to grow, more and more people are feeling this anxiety than ever before.

Text reading 'climate anxiety' on a background of melting icebergs from above
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Saturday, 6 March 2021

Edinburgh Walking Routes | Hiking Scotland

      Edinburgh is a city known for its 'Seven Hills', which naturally offer a wide choice of hiking routes without leaving the city limits. However, hiking hills all the time isn't for everybody, and even someone like myself who enjoys hiking, occasionally wants to go for a walk that doesn't involve a huge, uphill trek. I mean, some days I just want to ramble along slowly with my headphones in, rather than turning into the red-faced, sweaty mess with burning thighs that typically happens when I go on uphill adventures. Luckily, in between its seven hills, Edinburgh has plenty of walking paths that offer a more level route - though, in a city this hilly, I wouldn't promise that any of them are entirely flat!

Dean Village on the Water of Leith, in Edinburgh, Scotland

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