Fern Scott


Fern Scott is a 21-year-old who is an event manager 9-5, but also has her own blog whereby she writes content on various different topics centred around lifestyle choices and how to better yourself both physically and mentally. 

Fern will be creating the content seen below for IOTK's Wellness page, which is a space designed to help you take that step back from reality, refocus your mind on your goals and work out how to achieve what you are striving for in life.

We hope the content is both inspirational and helpful for you. We would also love to hear your feedback or comments, so if you have any challenges in your life and would like an outsider's perspective, please get in touch via the email at the bottom of the page or just DM us.

1. Choose Now

In 6 months from now you can either be in the same place or a better place, the choice is yours.

What you do today, tomorrow, this week, affects where you will be in 6 months time, so push yourself to go to the gym, stop delaying that deadline, start making the effort.

Nobody wants to be in the position where you meet a friend or family member half a year on and your response to them asking you what you’ve been up to is ‘oh you know, same old’.


If you’re sat there thinking ‘I don’t mind being that person’ you’ve come to the right place…because you NEED to mind.


If you don’t start progressing and making these small changes today, everyone will be 6, 12, 18 months ahead of you whilst you’re playing catch up and why? Because you were too lazy to try.


Everyone works at their own pace of course but if your pace is stagnant, then you have a problem. And know this, it is your problem and your problem only – this is your life and you are in control of it.


If you don’t do anything to move forward, nobody else is going to.Get up, get going and start your 6 month journey of progression today.


Don’t be that person who is doing ‘the same old’ in 6 months from now.


Bury the pessimism, let your optimistic attitude thrive and make your future something to be proud of.