40 Day Challenge

I was wondering what to give up for lent this year. Having written my first blog in ages yesterday it dawned on me I could decide to actually do something rather than not do something this year for lent. 

Since I feel really strongly about the issues around mental wellbeing, I wondered if I had it in me to write/facilitate a blog every day of lent 😬. 

I’d love for people to join with me in this and so if you have a story, a suggestion for a topic, something you’d like to discuss, then please leave a comment/ get in touch. I would be thrilled if the next 40 days could be a collaboration of thoughts, experiences and conversation rather than a marathon ramble by myself!

If you feel you’d like to participate, know someone who might like to contribute, or just want to see how all this may end, then please click to follow the blog, share with those who may be interested, like, repost etc. etc. And to be clear, there is no bad luck, curse or guilt coming your way if you choose not to do any of the above!

Hopefully by the end of this we may have heard lots of precious stories of mental health, wellbeing, struggle and recovery.

Really looking forward to hearing from you…God Bless. 


2 thoughts on “40 Day Challenge

  1. Lovely idea Tristan! Today is St David’s day. St David is famous for saying “gwnewch y pethau bychain” which translates as “do the little things”. It’s a reminder of the importance in noticing and engaging in small acts of kindness (holding a door open for someone, smiling at a stranger, making a friend a cup of tea). These small things sustain us, lift us, and connect us; making us all healthier, happier and more resilient. A great thing for our wellbeing!


    • Thanks Cleo, what a fab sentiment and so so true. I’m sure there’s a blog to be written on be topic of “small things”! I’m happy to write, would be even more chuffed if you or anyone else reading thought it was worth picking this up over the coming days. Contributions can be sent to me via the contact form on the home page on the blog.
      Thanks again for your thoughts Cleo 😀


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