Welcome to Positivity Geek!

Practical advice to live a happy, confident life.

Iā€™m Francesca. It’s lovely to meet you!

Welcome to Positivity Geek, a lifestyle blog full of practical advice for people like you to squeeze every drop of happiness, positivity, and fun out of life. Here, we celebrate the stuff that makes you truly happy, when we’re so often caught up in a fast-paced, consumer-driven, stressful, and anxiety-inducing way of life.

What is Positivity Geek?

A place to find practical advice if you’re looking for ways to find happiness in your life. Here, we celebrate the stuff that makes you truly happy!

Think of this blog like that friend who is always there for you no matter what. Sure, you might not have showered in a few days, you haven’t brushed your hair, you’re in a foul mood and you don’t have much money left. But there’s still a hot drink, a hug, and someone who wants to support you right here, in the form of this blog šŸ™‚

What inspired this blog

I felt like an odd little girl and never really fit into any friends groups at school (cue violins). I was brought up in a volatile household where money was often scarce and I suffered emotional and sometimes physical abuse from an early age.

Between a rocky start, bereavement, and other toxic relationships along the way, you could say I’ve had my fair share of struggles with anxiety, depression, and identity – finding it difficult to fit in.

However, with the help of positive thinking, some therapy, and self-care, I’m happier than I have ever been.

And it was all within my power to make those changes.

If you’re like me, this blog should help you understand more about how you can live your life with a more positive outlook.

More about me

Iā€™m a highly sensitive INFJ-T empath who loves collecting books, notepads, stationery, and video games.

Over the years I’ve become a big fan of self-care, self-help books, meditating, and appreciating the simple things like a big mug of tea after a hard day!

I love learning new crafts, reading interesting articles, and storing an endless list of factoids in the deep recesses of my brain in case the perfect occasion arises for them.

I write, manage online communities, and make customers happy, too – you can read more about me at francescaharrall.com

A quick note

I hope that you find this blog helpful. I have poured my heart and experience from my own life (and from those around me) into the articles you find here to help you live a more positive, happy life.

That being said, the tips and advice given are not to be considered as medical or professional guidance. I am not a trained therapist.

If you are feeling suicidal, depressed, or your state of mind is affecting your day to day life, please seek professional help. you deserve the treatment you need šŸ’–