Over the past few days, I've found myself thinking a lot about family. My biological family, my church family, my uni family - just family. I don't know why my brain has decided for this to be at the forefront of my mind but as I was eating dinner just now, I felt compelled to… Continue reading Blood Doesn’t Make You Family
Today's blog comes to you at a later time, and for that I apologise. It's not because I didn't try to write one - I've tried to write a couple! One called 'History Has it's Eyes on You' (guess the reference) and one untitled focusing on my words for the year willing and expectant. But as I tried… Continue reading Writers Block
Music has had a special place in my heart for as long as I can remember. From listening to singing to learning to play my first instrument. Music becoming a coping mechanism and a reward and something for when I'm bored. I'll be the first to say, I am not the greatest musician in the… Continue reading Something to be Enjoyed
It’s half 11 on a Saturday night as I write this and I am wide awake. I'm exhausted, physically and mentally, yet I just can’t switch off. So what do I do in situations like these? Turn on my computer and write a blog post. I've been trying to get to sleep for hours. That… Continue reading All You Need is Love…
I want to be honest with you all on here, but I don’t know how honest I can be. I want to tell you the ins and outs of my depression and why I cry when I cry but I don’t know if I can. I say this because my eyes are leaking as I… Continue reading Honesty?
I've started watching this guy on YouTube. I can't remember which video I watched first or why, but something about him captivated my attention. There is one video in particular that caught me hook, line and sinker. He was at a safari place and his safari guide had an audience of about 10-12 people in… Continue reading Using My Voice
This comes to you from the sofa of an Airbnb apartment in one of my favourite places in the world - Cardiff. My youngest sister and I have taken a few days ‘vacation’ to the city; to make an escape from our real lives for a while. Netflix is playing a recommended film, Trainwrecked which… Continue reading Help? Me? No thanks.
I spend a lot of my time on buses. It's not because I spend my life travelling or because I particularly like buses: I don't drive. I just haven't got round to it yet. I wrote this on the notes section of my phone (and then typed up on my computer), because on this particular… Continue reading Kipping on the Floor
I don’t know whether I've ever publicly shared this piece of information about me. I know I've verbally told me or people have figured it out but either my memory is going or I've genuinely never told you guys... I have an anger problem. There. I've said it. I didn’t admit it or acknowledge it… Continue reading I Turn Into The Hulk…
Change. I have a fear of change, I imagine a lot of people do. My fear of change comes from a deep root in my being that whenever something changes in my life - it’s going to get worse. When I move house, whenever I stay overnight somewhere new, I have this thing which I've… Continue reading Change, Insecurity, Loneliness