about me · Uncategorized

Behind the Blog

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here so… hi again. I’ve kind of fallen out of love with writing and well, life has been more chaotic than ever. I thought I’d ease myself back into blogging with something a bit simple to write. So, I thought I’d share a few things about myself that… Continue reading Behind the Blog


What I Have Been Reading

Been a while since I wrote one of these posts but I have read so many amazing books recently that I want to share my thoughts on. Remember, you can keep up to date with what I’m reading on GoodReads. So Sad Today – Melissa Broder Have you seen the @sosadtoday Twitter account? I hadn’t… Continue reading What I Have Been Reading

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I went on a trip to Brussels at the end of March with my partner; I wanted to share some photos and things I’d recommend doing if you visit! The city is beautiful, especially in the sunshine. If you want a lovely view of the city, head to Mont des Arts. There’s usually a waffle van… Continue reading Brussels

activism · feminism · Uncategorized

International Women’s Day: 5 Documentaries to Watch on Netflix

It’s International Women’s Day – a chance to celebrate women and more importantly, to continue talking about the issues which women face every day. An important thing to do if you care about women’s experiences and improving them is to educate yourself. This is particularly the case for men but also women. This is because… Continue reading International Women’s Day: 5 Documentaries to Watch on Netflix

eating disorder · eating disorders · mental health · mental illness · Uncategorized

Eating Disorders: Fooling Myself

Today marks the end of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. I haven’t really posted much about how I’m doing with my eating disorder over the past couple of years so felt like it was time to give a little update on where I am on my ‘recovery journey’. I first developed disordered eating at the… Continue reading Eating Disorders: Fooling Myself

mental health · mental illness · relationships · Uncategorized

Sometimes I Need More

A bunch of mental health campaigns at the moment are focusing on the need for people to check in with their friends, to ask them how they are and that’s really good. The necessity comes from the fact that we often get caught up with our own lives and do not always want to hear… Continue reading Sometimes I Need More

about me · sexuality · Uncategorized

My Experience of Demisexuality

I’m pretty open about my sexuality and up until recently, I identified as bisexual. It fitted me for a long time there – being attracted to both men and women is the way I would use to describe my sexuality. However, recently I have learned more about myself and the label of ‘demisexual’ seems to… Continue reading My Experience of Demisexuality