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Publications, nominations & endorsements!

Just found out that Sarah’s Thinking Again has been nominated in the WEGO Health Awards in two categories. I’ve been nominated in the “Community” for our Wellbeing Event in June, where we brought together all of our local communities & raised money for Sodit charity. You can check out our live event video for our community award here or read my full blog about the event here. We were fortunate to have the new Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Magic Magid, attend our event & speak to all our community stalls & visitors.

Me, Magic Magid the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Steph de la Haye from Sodit

I have also been nominated in the “Blog” category, which makes me heart sing as writing is another of my passions. You can endorse me here for both awards, but you can also check out the WEGO Health Awards to check out all the amazing nominees.

I am so excited. With every nomination I feel like I’m achieving something. I love that I’ve been blogging more & more for the Huff Post too. You can see all my blogs for them here

You can also check out my latest YouTube videos saying hi, thank you & more, here on my new channel. I’d love you to subscribe and share your favourite video.

Beth (AKA Miss Anxiety), Mike, Me

I was also delighted that I attended the Mental Health Blog Awards #MHBlogAwards event in Portsmouth, hosted by Mike & his work at Mike’s Open Journal. I came 2nd place in Mental Health Blogger of the Year! I was shocked & over the moon. You can find all the winners in the above link.

I’m looking forward to August & what else is on offer! Enjoy the sunshine

Sarah x

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