“A hundred hearts would be too few to carry all my love for you.” – The Weight on Skin The … More
Look at me, finally dragging myself to open my laptop and write this wrap-up and feeling overwhelmed because I’ve kept … More
Today, as well as talking about books, TV, stats and dropping links, I’ll be doing a mental health check-in and … More
I’ve only ever done a wrap-up once, and haven’t done one since, but I think that this year, I not … More
“We’re not voiceless. Pass the mic.” With an especial focus on mental health, music, and celebrating black love, without further … More
We aren’t voiceless, pass the mic. I don’t know how other POC bloggers feel, but I’ve always felt that there … More
It is becoming increasingly well-known in the mental health community that the impact of sunlight can play a huge role … More
2018 was a jam-packed year full of a whirlwind of lessons. I loved it, I hated it, I enjoyed myself, … More
The ever amazing @ MutedMouthful tagged me to participate in this challenge where I get to create a pick me … More
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman Genre: Contemporary Adult Fiction Content Warning: Depiction of mental health issues Add … More
The following post may cause offense to the reader and cause extreme indifference on my part. Please, proceed with caution.
Suffice to say, I’m feeling rather Rhett Butler-y.
In honour of Mental Health Awareness Month, I wanted to address the issues surrounding anxiety that I’ve seen surface over … More
The Terrible Guest comes uninvited Has never been invited. The day stretches to night And the night stretches to days … More
If this is the first post of mine you’re viewing or by chance you remember some of my previous posts … More