In my previous post I was so thrilled to announce I was back to vlogging. I have hours of footage I’m scouring through, and, if anyone has ever edited videos, you know it can be a tedious process. There’s some great moments, hilarious jokes, and just general amusement, but they’re rare-ish gems among hours of measuring, … More Always hit save
I’m back to vlogging! I can only apologise for the lack of any sort of YouTube content, but I needed down time. At the same time it felt good to being back in front of the camera and not worrying about makeup, hair, what I was wearing… and the filming style is very… hodge-podge to … More Nailed It
I’m happily single. I’ve tried relationships, been in love, and still I prefer the single life. I’ve mentioned previously that I never want kids, and my dream is to be the eccentric aunt who travels and brings back crazy stories of adventure and a few trinkets for her nieces and nephews and god children. Lord … More Feeling lonely
I work in an office. As such, there is always the little dramas, gossip, stories, and the rumour mill running rampant. Anything you say “in confidence” will more than likely be told to someone else by the end of the day, if not by the end of your sentence. It’s the risk you take day-to-day, … More Defending the women you work with
Let me preface this with I’m veggo. I’ve been vegetarian for nearly 2 years now and not really showing any sign of slowing down. If anything, I’m probably becoming more disturbingly accidentally consciously vegan in my food practices. But I’ll be honest. I like eggs, I love honey, and creamy ice cream is fucking fantastic – … More Not Everyone Should Be Vego/Vegan – an upsetting and controversial stance.
Recently I picked my guitar up again, and bless my housemates, they haven’t complained. I’ve been playing with startling regularity recently that I decided to get a full set up done to my guitar. This meant having the action lowered, neck reset, fret and machine heads cleaned and new strings put on it. Everything my … More Trying to get back in to habits
My workplace is currently undergoing a mental health awareness and respectful relationship overhaul. We as staff are taking all manner of tests to gauge our unconscious bias to better understand what it is and how it affects the judgements we make, without realising it. The tests have been amusing, and every time I gain a … More Unconscious Bias and Respectful Relationships