Mental Health..

This has been probably the hardest blog post.. trying to string the words together has been difficult and I can’t believe in 2017 it’s still something no one can talk about. Mental health will have affected nearly everyone over their life span, some are just unlucky that they deal with it a lot younger than others. My personally experience with mental heath has been a battle I fight everyday since I was around 13. (But let’s not get into that!)


Farmers around the world have been dealing with mental heath issues, such as depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts so why aren’t we doing anything to help? The financial struggle for some farmers is enough to pack it all in after years of hard work.

Lots of farmers feel that there isn’t anyone to talk to and/or no one will understand, as farmers do have a lot of people depending on them, especially kids who live on the farm at home with parents getting a bit older and not being able to do as much as they used too.

Over the last few years mental health has been something which is getting easier to talk about and get support for, but for a lot of people, young or old it’s not enough. Action needs to be taken. I would like some of my followers and lovely reads to just take the time and reach out to a friend that is maybe having a bad time at the moment and help them.

I’m offering myself to anyone who needs help or just a chat to make the day easier! My inbox will be checked my regularly and I will always reply, no matter what time or day.

I am also raising money for a mental health charity called Visyon which is based in Cheshire.


New home, New beginnings.

Finally moved all my things from home and Wales and have officially all moved into my new accommodation for the next year. Beautiful Chetwood, within Reaseheath College. I’m so excited to be going forwards in my degree and so proud of myself. My room is looking so homely, fairy lights everywhere, 100s of throws and covers and all my pictures covering the walls and doors.

Met all the wonderful people on the course for this year and they all seem lovely and a good variety of girls and boys, farming background or something new. everyone is so welcoming and I can really see this as my new home. Ive been quite lucky in which I’ve been offered a few jobs around my uni, which is real confidence booster! When to an interview yesterday for one of the bars in Nantwich, which was really nice! and I’ve bagged myself 2 trial shifts this weekend. So excited!

Moving here has been the best thing that has ever happened to me, loving life and can’t wait for the rest of the year!

Onwards and upwards!

Mali x

(p.s if anyone wants to help a girl out, please feel free to find me cute pillows for my room, thanks!)