Stumbling through life, one day at a time

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My Budapest Bucket List

My Budapest Bucket List

The other week I booked flights to Budapest, for my birthday (October 27th) no less! In five days time my best friend and I will be on the flight. I’ve wanted to go to Budapest for a long time and now I’m finally doing it. […]

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 […]

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. […]

Blogging Isn’t Dead – It’s Just Boring

Blogging Isn’t Dead – It’s Just Boring

Blogging isn’t dead; it’s just become boring. There I said it. Blogging is – or rather, blogs are – boring.   The funny thing is most of the blog posts I’ve seen declaring that blogging is a dead art form are from the ‘big’ bloggers. The ones who […]

Everything I’m Leaving Behind In 2018 (and a few 2019 goals)

Everything I’m Leaving Behind In 2018 (and a few 2019 goals)

New year, new goals. Time to leave things that don’t help you grow behind

An End Of Year Catch-Up

An End Of Year Catch-Up

I’m not going to start by saying sorry for letting my blog fall by the wayside because I’m not sorry *shrugs*. I’m so busy with my two jobs and university that updating this isn’t high on my list of priorities. I’m never going to make […]

I’m Going Back To School

I’m Going Back To School

Okay, not school (not even £1 million per hour could tempt me to go back there!), but I’m going back to university! I’m off to study a Masters in Forensic Psychology to be more precise. Ever since I learned about Zimbardo’s Prison study in A-Level […]