This year has been…mixed. We’re still battling the tides of the pandemic but at least this year we had moments where life felt almost normal. Getting back to doing the things we love was like a breath of fresh air. … Continue reading 2021: the year of revival
Well hey, dear reader, it’s been a hot minute since I’ve written a personal blog post and following all my recent life changes I suppose now is as good a time as any. I’m stepping into a new chapter of … Continue reading The next chapter begins
This post is for the plan instigators, the conversation starters, the catch up makers, the ‘mums of the group’, the people who make shit happen. I see all that you’re doing and I want you to know that it is … Continue reading Here’s to the instigators who make shit happen
Ahhh 2020, what a ridiculous year. It’s been very different from usual life (obviously) but the best thing I think it presented was a really valuable opportunity to pause and reconsider a lot of things. The biggest realisation for me … Continue reading 2020: the year of pause
The way we talk to our bodies – either in self deprecating comments or the really harsh stuff you say to yourself in your head – is just not the one, is it? Like most other people I am not … Continue reading Changing the conversation with my body
Well shit, we’ve been in official lockdown for 100 days! Who could’ve imagined, eh? We’ve been fighting the boredom for a long time but there’s still a while to go so here’s 100 suggestions for things you could do with … Continue reading 100 things to do in lockdown
Times are really weird just now, eh? We’re all stuck at home and having to get used to the new normal. Anyone who knows me will know that I am a non-stop person, always keeping busy, juggling projects because that’s … Continue reading What do I do next?
I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts for a long time and finally scheduled to write it this month, little did I know how relevant it was about to become! This is not about the current pandemic because tbh … Continue reading Learning to be alone
So I recently read the book Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies) by Scarlett Curtis – it is a collection of essays in which various wonderful women talk about their experiences with feminism; things that made them angry, things … Continue reading What does Feminism mean to you?
I’ve needed glasses since I was about 10 years old and since I was maybe 13 I’ve worn contact lenses. I’m short-sighted which means I can’t see things in the distance and the range of that distance got progressively worse … Continue reading So what’s it like to get laser eye surgery?