I'm a long sufferer of anxiety, and after countless years I began to just accept it as being 'a part of me.' The more others painted it to be a huge part of my personality, the more I came to see myself as solely that. "I'm just a massive worrier" "I'm a drama queen" … Continue reading STOP, MEDITATE AND LISTEN
I wear fast fashion, work for a retailer, and I eat packaged (and sadly also often processed) foods. I can't help but admit that consumerism has somewhat consumed me. Despite making active steps towards a more sustainable life, such as giving up meat, I still have a long way to go. We so often … Continue reading Consumed by Consumerism?
I wrote a post over a year ago now entitled, 'Being an Oxymoron is Okay', and now more than ever, I feel strongly that no one should feel compelled to prescribe to only one type of behaviour, and be only one 'type' of person. In the fore mentioned post, I discuss how others often … Continue reading What a Binary World
Call me lazy, but many of you will relate when I say that the creative muse can be a fickle tease. For nights and days I can seemingly write for hours; words just seem to spill onto the page like an ever-flowing flowery adjective-filled verse. Other days, my creative juices suffer a drastic drought. It … Continue reading Drained?
Happy Sunday to you all! It's been a while since I've done one of these posts, but I've recently discovered (or in many cases rediscovered) a lot of faves that I'm desperate to share with you, and I thought why not compile them all in one place! The last few weeks I've been getting back … Continue reading Stay at Home Sunday Girl #6
Most of us are hedonistic; what's life without seeking a little pleasure or indulgence from time to time? As humans, we go through life seeking gratification and happiness from our actions. But what if the good is never good enough? We all like to think that we're the most appreciative and grateful people around, … Continue reading I Can’t Get No Satisfaction
Are there really many experiences that measure up to be as good as live music? Besides demolishing an extra large pizza, probably not. I discussed my reconnection and refound appreciation for gigs in this post, but sadly history has once again repeated itself - No the Chamber of Secrets has not been opened, but … Continue reading Guitars and Nostalgia