Spaces #004: Mental Health While Travelling

I'm standing in a city park, on some hexagonal paving, in front of trees and grass. It's raining. I'm looking grumpy and damp. I'm wearing a sodden long-sleeved t-shirt, cuffed jeans, and am barefoot - I'm holding my sandals in my hand.

Welcome to another of my Twitter Spaces recordings.

I’m realising what a ball-ache they are to transcribe; it’s the exact opposite of my normal pod episodes which take an age to prepare but actually issuing them is very quick and easy; these Spaces take little to no time to record but all the admin is post-production. You’d have thought having six weeks between recording and turning into a podcast episode would give me ample time to do everything I need to, and of course you’d be very misunderestimating the power of ADHD.

Speaking of which ‚Ķ this session is on Mental Health While Travelling, covering topics such as: do ADHD and dyspraxia affect how I travel, why do I often feel mentally low when I’m in places, and what can I do to get myself out of those feelings. We also touch on why it helps being aroace, and how sometimes just staring out of a window is all I need to do to calm myself.

Usual disclaimer, be aware this conversation took place over the phone, so the audio quality won’t be as great as my normal podcast episodes. Indeed, there were some technical issues that occurred at the time of recording; most of these have been edited out, but it is noticeable the quality of some parts of the recording is a little lower than even is usual for the Spaces. Otherwise, I hope you enjoy it!

As usual, I was interviewed by the lovely Victoria, but you can call her V.

Topics discussed include:

You can listen via the feed above, or via Spotify, or on your podcast app of choice. Let me know if it isn’t, by the way, and I’ll see what I can do. In addition, a PDF transcript of this episode will be available shortly.

As always, if you have anything to say about the topic, or indeed about my podcasting in general, leave a comment or let me know.

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