For 3 years straight I've done Blogmas, and I loved being able to post every day, but... if you know me, you'll know my season is autumn over winter, any day. So, this year, I'm taking Blogmas on a more suited whirl and choosing to partake in Blogtober, instead! I've also been fairly quiet so… Continue reading Blogtober First: A re-introduction to Stories Can Make Us Fly!
Football might not be coming home but hopefully the truth on Friday 13th is. There are three key facts you need to know about me to kick off this post: I'm a very spiritual person I am scared of even numbers I just needed a fact to make it odd, for my own sanity.... My… Continue reading Friday 13th: Spooks, Spirituality and Sexism.
Although I don't guarantee a solstice/equinox post over here, I do bring my own spirituality into things I write frequently whether within a whole themed post or small aspect merely influenced by the spirituality in daily life. I am definitely a spiritual person, though I don't follow a religion, and this holds a huge part… Continue reading Moving forward with the Summer Solstice
This post is dedicated to William Curr, a saint in life and death. Today is a very important day. For me, it's a family day. For others, a national. I'm sure everyone's having a good time with the royal wedding, and good on you if you are downing the champagne and snacking on cream cakes-… Continue reading 03/11
If you know me, you know I am pretty spiritual. Over the years I have found myself relating to spirituality much, much more. My mum has always been spiritual. I remember as a child seeing her with tarot cards and some angels game, and a tonne of crystals I never really understood. As a teen,… Continue reading This Winter: A solstice reflection.
Not long ago, I visited Thorpe park with my family. I'm a lucky owner of a Merlin Premium annual pass, and therefore can essentially visit such attractions regularly (though, due to exams, I haven't taken advantage of it entirely), so it's a lot easier than it used to be. Aside, of course, the transport. If… Continue reading Dragonfly omen.
After many hours of being trapped within Tudor society (thank you, AS History), I took a short break and ventured to a lovely little shop called 'Destiny Rising' in Radlett. It wasn't somewhere I'd heard of before, but my mother seemed overly familiar with it, which isn't a shock seeing as she's always been mesmerised… Continue reading Crystals of hope.