Hello, I’m Alexander, I’m 23 and I’m from the UK. I just recently graduated university with a BSc Computer Science Degree. I have always lived a fairly normal life; I have two sisters and my Mum and Dad have always been around for me. I love spreading good vibes and energy and I hope I can make you feel good whilst reading through my blog.
Life hasn’t always been easy for me, when I was 18 I faced some tough mental health issues and this really held me back. I want to be transparent on this blog. I remained in what seemed like a black hole of depression that I couldn’t escape for almost 2 years, until I started university when I was 20. This is when I really turned my life around. I used to never believe that I could feel so good off of the simple things in life, such as running or making dietary changes.
Welcome to my journey to well-being and good health!
My passion is definitely to inspire others to make positive changes in their lives and to let people know that it is okay to feel sad or depressed. I am still currently on my own journey of becoming the best version of myself and I can’t wait to share my stories and experiences! I want to raise awareness of mental health and how it can affect even the strongest of men. Tyson Fury was the world heavyweight boxing champion and he explains in an interview how his mental health broke him down to the point where he would sit in a dark room all day and pray to God. I want people to be proud of who they are and make small changes to becoming a stronger and happier person.
My goals as a blogger are to inspire the person reading this right now! Yes you! To make even the smallest change in your life, to gain that confidence that you may have lost, to know how amazing you really are and that you deserve a good healthy life. Working out and dieting positively changed my life, and I really hope that I can influence you and many others to start this journey. I want to encourage you to set small goals for yourself, and complete them gradually. Even if it’s as simple as leaving the house and going for a short walk, everyone is on their own journey and it’s important to not compare yourself to others.