Struggling to nail your point when it comes to talking about climate change? Katherine chats to Eli Davern from School Strike 4 Climate in Albury, NSW about how he approaches people with different perspectives and how you can too.
The 2010s were one big decade. While many things have been changing in our world, lots of personal change has happened for Katherine too. She looks back at her experiences with mental health and sets intentions to take another year in her stride.
When I was a child, Christmas felt like the most magical time of the year. Perfectly spaced between my birthday and Easter, it was just long enough between holidays to build up a true sense of anticipation. We celebrated every year with family and friends and there was always something for me under the tree.
For close to half my life I subscribed to a belief that I had to look a certain way on the outside in order for people to see the value I had on the inside.
Eating disorders are already a heavily stigmatised mental illness, but they can be even more so if you don’t fit the incredibly narrow perception that our society has of someone suffering with one.