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
RuPaul's Drag Race. It's queer culture. It's your feel good reality show with a high dosage of shaaade. In my last post, I actually referenced a specific moment from the show to coherently express my feelings on a matter, but today I speak of a much more generalised topic surrounding the show; Confidence. Confidence? How… Continue reading What Drag Race Has Done For My Confidence
It's definitely fair to say that if there's one thing I get excited about, it's finding new vegan food. Accidental finds or large retailers purposely putting themselves onto the vegan market, I'm sure to do two things; want to try it; want to tell other people about it. I visit Pret A Manger, an ethical… Continue reading Vegan treats on the High Street: Pret A Manger launches new cookie
It's now been ten whole years since my Disney obsessed self got over excited about a new TV movie by the channel, but little did I know that soon, I'd obsess over the film, leading to character obsession, leading to a long time love of one person in particular; Demi Lovato. Following my introduction to… Continue reading Waitin’ For You
Happy Pansexual Pride day! As you probably already know, June is pride month, and within the month each LGBT identity is celebrated, together and individually. Today, Pansexuality is the celebrated intersection.... and guess what: I identify as Pansexual! Hearts, not parts. What is pansexuality?Before talking about the sexuality itself, I'll break down the basics of… Continue reading Happy Pansexual Pride!
By now, you may have guessed from all my other social media platforms that I am totally obsessed with RuPaul's Drag Race. I owe a lot to the show, truly. It was my good pal Carter who got me into it, slowly to begin with and later on a much more obsessive scale. It is… Continue reading “It’s Just Crazy To Not Even Be Your Authentic Self, Even In Your Own Home” (PRIDE MONTH, 2018)
So. When having a sort through my blog to make it more self-guidable (I've had my good old categories menu for a wee while now, but managed to de-grandma-ify myself for a moment and pull up my old pages as well, like the easily guided 'contents' tab...), I noticed something: I talk a lot about… Continue reading Who’s behind the screen?
It's no secret that I love to travel. Anytime, any place, anywhere... so long as it's accessible enough. Advanced planning (even in spontaneous situations) aids me with the travelling a lot but there's still one thing that I know will get me every time... Travel sickness. Travel sickness, in fact, has always been in my… Continue reading Overcome: How To Be Your Best Traveller (in the face of motion sickness)
It was only a matter of weeks ago that, courtesy of my close friend Claire, who blogs over at Rainbows And Thunderstorms, I discovered a glorious fact... Greggs' Belgian Buns are vegan. Being a southerner, our primary high street bakery source is Greggs', the only other real option for sweet treats being independent bakeries and if… Continue reading Vegan treats on the high street: Greggs’ Belgian Buns
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