beauty, fashion, personal, Uncategorized

Tattoo talks: My booking experience! (02×01)

I'm 19 years old, and let's be real, have wanted a tattoo since I was legally able to get one. Actually, a while back I wrote a post on tattoo ideas I loved or potentially wanted to get, and I do still love the idea of them all even if I only still plan to… Continue reading Tattoo talks: My booking experience! (02×01)

beauty, LGBT, mental health, personal, Uncategorized

Tattoo Talks: I’M TATTED (01×01: My Tattoos)

It's Tuesday, and here on Stories Can Make Us Fly, I'm bringing you my first of a seven part series of posts called 'Tattoo Talks'. This series will incorporate everything from keeping it cruelty free with tattoos and aftercare, the process, my artists experiences and much more. But, today, on this fine Tuesday afternoon, I'm… Continue reading Tattoo Talks: I’M TATTED (01×01: My Tattoos)

lifestyle, personal, Uncategorized

To the future

Exciting times are ahead of us. Today something huge has changed on this blog I perceive as my pride and joy.... Here at Stories Can Make Us Fly, we are no longer a .wordpress site!!! Though I have kept my site on wordpress as I personally do love the layout and find it extremely easy… Continue reading To the future

animals and nature, Christmas, personal

Merry Pupmas

Hello, hello, hello! You may have noticed my absence yesterday,or maybe not. I did make it up to you earlier by still honouring day 4 of Blogmas... just on day 5. In my defence, I truly needed to put my health over anything, including this blogging thing I love to do, as aforementioned. I mention… Continue reading Merry Pupmas

lifestyle, personal

The Liebster Award

Very kindly I was recently nominated by the beautiful Danielle to take part in 'The Liebster Award'. I've never actually done a tag or award on my blog before despite my two years of blogging, so I feel pretty honoured to have been tagged. It was also amazing to give the other nominated bloggers, and… Continue reading The Liebster Award

disability, mental health, personal, Uncategorized

Invisible Disabilities Week: My Chronic Life and an introduction to Spoonie Saturdays

THIS is what Invisibly Disabled looks like*: Spoiler alert if you hadn't realised... it's me. This is me on some days, one would argue like an able bodied person: And on others, here I am: I have chosen to share this picture as on a typical day with mobility aids, it is a stick I… Continue reading Invisible Disabilities Week: My Chronic Life and an introduction to Spoonie Saturdays

mental health, personal

The self care game (an ode to poor mental health)

I'm not so sure that if the fire alarm in my block of flats had gone off at 11am this morning, I'd have ever got up. Even when the alarm bells rung (it was bloody loud and annoying, and not good for a PTSD sufferer negatively influenced by loud noises on the daily), it took… Continue reading The self care game (an ode to poor mental health)

personal

A little rebrand (top tips for bloggers – on the aesthetic) // HAPPY 100TH POST!

A little while ago, you may have notice I somewhat changed the layout of my blog. I thought my blog needed a little bit of a rebrand, seeing as I'd had the exact same layout for two whole years. Two whole years. I started blogging when I was 16, so now I'm almost 19, you'd… Continue reading A little rebrand (top tips for bloggers – on the aesthetic) // HAPPY 100TH POST!

creative writing, education, mental health, personal

Everything changes- moving forward

"What I thought was so permanent fades..." Today marks the first day of the week my dear friends will have officially moved into their university towns. I'm over the moon for them, honestly, but I guess it marks the end of an era and is forcing me to accept we're all moving on. It was… Continue reading Everything changes- moving forward

personal, Travel

Life as a commuter

'Commuting' is not an art i'm used to, nor have perfected. I guess living no more than 15  minutes from work walking means I never truly have commuted, unless you count my periodic trips into London for Theatre School and rehearsals a 'commute' (well, I did hit rush hour and have to get up at… Continue reading Life as a commuter