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Hannah Louise Murray


Hannah is an energetic Wellbeing & Lifestyle Writer, passionate about holistic wellbeing and fuelled by the ambition to create content that connects readers back to the self and nature. Having been through her own transformative periods of self-realisation she is keen to help others own their authenticity and finally step into being.


Meet Hanna

What would you be if you were: An animal, a song, a poem, a colour, a flavour?

An animal: DragonflyA song: Greatest love of all, Whitney HoustonA poem: A poem of love and light, joy and surrender.A colour: Yellow: sunshine, daffodils, happiness, warmth, light, positivity, radianceA flavour: Snickers ice cream bars: I’m a bit nutty but delicious nonetheless

Can you describe your creative process?

Haphazard yet methodical, procrastination-filled yet full-hearted. My writing usually begins with an outburst in the Notes app of my phone, frantically thumbing my thoughts as they pour in, knowing that later I can revisit these raw ramblings and arrange them into digestible words for the world, from my heart to yours.

What is your favourite subject matter to illustrate/ write about?

Wellbeing, mental health and returning to your authentic self. My own battles of the mind led me to want to pour my heart out on these matters and this is the path I want to take – enlightening others to the magic that resides within all of us and how to discover it, nurture it and embrace it.I also enjoy tapping into the fantasy world to connect with the Fae, and myself.

What keeps you inspired and motivated?

Although I suffer desperately with procrastination (the direct result of being a perfectionist), I am always motivated by the yearning to share my story in the hopes that just one person will read my words, relate and rejoice.

How do you think projects like Tit’n’Tales can make a difference?

Any endeavour to bring people together through matters of the mind and heart is going to be a fruitful one. That’s why I believe Tits’n’Tales and projects like it can bring hope, joy, comfort, respite and togetherness to those who need it most, allowing people to bask in community spirit and the brilliance of ‘ah, same here’.

Hannah Louise Murray

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