I've been a little flakey with blog posts over the past few weeks. Not uploading every Monday, Wednesday, Friday or writing blog posts that don't compare to my normal wit and charm. I've been a bit flakey with these blogs because...well... I don't really have a reason. I would open up my laptop, sit in… Continue reading Flakey
It's Thanksgiving Thursday, so a big Happy Thanksgiving to any of my American followers/occasional readers/I don't know what I'm doing here readers. I hope you're all having a fabulous holiday celebrating however you may be celebrating. We don't really celebrate Thanksgiving here in the good old United Kingdom, but that does not mean that I… Continue reading Thanksgiving on the Blogosphere
Everyone has a happy place. A place that they can visit in their minds eye when the world seems bleak, when there is no light in the darkness, when all they want is for the sky to collapse on top of them. Sometimes, we visit our happy place when we ourselves are indeed happy. This… Continue reading Visiting my Happy Place
I was asked an interesting question by one of my colleagues yesterday. At the time, I gave a quick answer - the answer I expect I would have wanted to hear but as I've dwelled on it over the past 24 hours, I've come to realise that there are a number of ways that I… Continue reading School Timeturner
As you may know, I work in a school. If you didn't know: I work in a school. Good. Now we're all on the same page. On most days, I love my job. I love being able to work with fantastic teachers and generally enthusiastic kids and being able to positively impact these kids lives.… Continue reading Thinking I’m Funny
Lumos. Today, I don't write to you about my mental health nor am I writing about a worship song. It's September 1st and at 11am, the next lot of first year students will be setting off from Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross station to go to the most magical place you could go -… Continue reading Mischief Managed
We’re a week into the New Year and what amazing things have I been up too? Nothing. I spent New Year’s Eve saying goodbye to my sister as she left Aberystwyth, drinking made-up cocktails involving vodka and rum and watching all the crappy New Year’s Eve TV. I was planning on drinking away the sorrows… Continue reading Change is Afoot | 2016
I’ve had a lot of spare time since the university term finished. Time to binge watch TV series on Netflix, edit the student mission videos, and to think. I have spent a lot of time thinking. I think at other times in the year but when you have no commitments, no obligations, you think more.