Life, Mental Health, Writing

How Much is Your Mental Health Worth?

One of my priority tasks for this quarter that I set myself was to complete my CBT course. I believe I paid around £40; I got it on a discount.

Last week I did look at it. Instead of reading the modules, I started completing some of the end of module tests. I believe, if I remember correctly I did around 5 of them, passing mostly on the second attempt.

They are multiple choice questions and I can do them as many times till I’ve passed. But my heart isn’t in it. It wasn’t at the time of completing the tests last week either. I’m unsure if I want to do anything further with it. I haven’t a need to fuel me forwards with it. I have until this November.


Today, I did some of my UCP course that I’ve paid a good £1600 towards. This I have lifetime access to, I suppose for as long as the coach allows it to be available. I feel more of a motivation to do this course. And possibility down the line others I have access to.

Whether I become a life coach or not, it’s helping me understand my thoughts and the world’s thoughts around me. It’s an improvement on myself and my own mental health, which is a great investment. I’m now on month 3 of 6. It’s been a few good months since I last went onto the course.

My mental health is worth any investment I am fuelled to do. If I feel good about it and the task at hand resonates with me, then I’m going to give it my best.


Writing is another way I’ve found and fallen in love with. I’ve received the Happy Anniversary 1 year achievement on WordPress. I have written for a whole year, every day apart from about 3 days. As of writing this in one year I’ve had 1411 visitors, 2150 views and I’ve written 393 pots.

Even though I missed a couple of days, I’ve written more post then days since July 2017.

Guess what?

I feel so much better now then I did then!

Writing has been a major factor in that. I’d like to say a big thank you to all visitors to my blog. I’m not one for daily statistics or publishing my blog. It’s all natural flow through WordPress and I guess beyond sometimes. I don’t have social media, so you get here somehow.

I thank you for taking your time to read, like, comment and share. I hope this next year in writing helps even more ❤

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