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On Turning 25

On Turning 25

I’m in Budapest and yesterday was my 25th birthday. I don’t think I’ve ever been as excited for a holiday and my birthday as I have been in the run up to this trip. On my 13th birthday I was actually allowed a house party […]

Sunday

Sunday

“The city takes a breath on Sunday. Of all that’s lost with the pursuit of what’s next, I hope we don’t lose that…” – Hawksley Workman Sunday: the start of a new week or the end of an old one, depending on how you look […]

The Rest Of 2019

The Rest Of 2019

Not to jinx it but I feel really zen at the moment. Like, really fucking zen. It’s no secret that I’ve really struggled this year, but right now I feel at peace. At peace with myself, my life, my family situation, my mental illnesses. Everything. […]

Is The Best Yet To Come?

Is The Best Yet To Come?

…Or Have I missed out on it all? Everyone always says that don’t they? “Oh, the best is yet to come. The best years of your life are still ahead of you”. But what if that’s just not true? I feel like I’ve missed out […]

Pride: Learning To Be Comfortable In My Own Skin

Pride: Learning To Be Comfortable In My Own Skin

“There’s Nothing Wrong With You, There’s A Lot Wrong With The World You Live In” – Chris Colfer  I went to London Pride this year but this post is not about that. London Pride was not what I hoped it would be. Instead, this post is one […]

Life Update: What I’ve Been Doing While Ignoring This Blog

Life Update: What I’ve Been Doing While Ignoring This Blog

I’ve not really been ignoring this blog; I’ve been thinking about it a lot but the more time that passed since I last wrote a post, the more I felt like it was too long and I should just abandon all together. But I don’t […]

An Ode To Slowing Down and Countryside Living

An Ode To Slowing Down and Countryside Living

I grew up in a town on the edge of the countryside – not quite rural enough to be countryside, but far enough away from a city and take-aways that stayed open past 10pm to make it dull. To put it bluntly, I hated it. […]