Rachel Kelly
Writer, Mental Health Campaigner, Public Speaker


Author: Nottinghill2015


“How brain-friendly food helped me beat brain fog”


Delighted to share a blog by Jo Belfield.Jo is a former solicitor, photographer and sales executive, who lives with her husband and two sons in Cheshire, England. She was recently diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, severe depression and anxiety. Jo blogs about food and mental health...

Living with Mental Illness by Chris Wild


Chris Wild is an actor, contemporary artist, and a new writer.At 18-years-old I was a professional boxer- I only had one fight. I took such a beating one night, I instantly called it day. I went to Drama College in Leeds, and studied Method acting in...

Sundried Tomato Hummus


A re­cipe from the happy kitch­en: Good Mood Food.I al­ways have a pot of hum­mus in the frid­ge to use for a snack or to add to a salad. It is rich in vitamin B6 and mag­nesium, which as we have seen, have an­xiety re­liev­ing...

Spiced Tomato Baked Eggs with Sweet Potato and Guacamole


A re­cipe from the happy kitch­en: Good Mood Food.This protein-rich re­cipe makes for a cheer­ful weekend brunch. Or serve it with wholeg­rain tor­tillas and sour cream for a more sub­stan­ti­al lunch or di­nn­er. The guacamole is opt­ion­al, de­pend­ing upon how much time you have, and...