W’eve all heard the cliche, new year, new me. How many people can say they’ve followed through with their ambitious resolutions? Continue reading
A safe space to explore the effects of living with chronic pain and other disabilities. Continue reading
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Simon says, sit down. Simon says, … Continue reading
I can’t write a song, I find them way too long. Enough to hurt my head and hand, Enough to forgo any plan. I won’t write a song, Not even for Kim Jong-Un.
I was recently diagnosed with Fibromyalgia after waiting in undiagnosed purgatory for years.
I found it hard to write about how I feel each day, living with Fibromyalgia. So I chose to free write poetry, trying not to edit to much.
I hope reading this makes you feel as uncomfortable as I feel sometimes 🙂 Continue reading
It was the 2nd of October 2015, day one in Bangkok, and it was hot! My Partner, my cousin and I stepped out of the airport and headed straight to the infamous Khao San Road. Walking down this street was overwhelming to say … Continue reading
This is a theraputic free write I did at work just before having surgery in August 2015. I quit my job less than two weeks later, then jetted off to travel the world six weeks following that. Please bear in … Continue reading
Today is my first morning in stormy Bangkok. day one of a dream I’ve planned for some time now. Saying the last few weeks have been busy is by far an understatement. Between having surgery, quitting our 9-5’s, giving up our flat, our cars, most possessions, our beautiful Luna and travelling around the world for 30 hours to get to where we are…we are nackered!
Despite this, my partner, cousin and I plan on venturing out into the balmy streets of Bangkok to experience what most people only dream of: pure freedom, a sense of happiness within and of course, the Thai food 🍲
I will be updating you lovely readers as we journey on down to Khao Sok national park and Koh Pha ngan. ✌