THE FORTNIGHTLY || WHAT I HAVE BEEN ENJOYING RECENTLY #25

A selection of my favourite posts from around the internet, from the past two weeks.

Enjoy! 

After thoroughly loving Race Across The World, I have been wanting to visit central Asia as it looks absolutely beautiful. This guide to Uzbekistan by Emily Luxton makes me want to visit even more!

Love these tips on how to find the time to read more books.

The High Low is back! They took a month off during April, but now they are back giving their pop cultural analysis and book recommendations.

As reccomended by The High Low, I am really enjoying Refinery 29’s money diaries!

Talking of podcasts, I have been absolutely loving Shagged Married Annoyed by Chris and Rosie Ramsey. It is hilarious. 

This post on survivors guilt from cancer was so interesting.

Chelsea’s post is exactly what I needed to read this week.

This article by an anonymous policeman working in London is truly shocking.

Sophies guide to the Isle of Skye is making me really want to visit!

I have a soft spot in my heart for Winnie-The-Pooh so this story melted my heart.

Often, chronic illness is seen as a physical problem, but it can often have a negative impact on your mental health. I found Katie’s post really useful on how to deal with negative though patterns when suffering with a chronic illness.

Want to read some more great articles and blog posts? Check out The Fortnightly archives here. If you have discovered something amazing, please share everything you’ve been enjoying in the comments!

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