It is the Spring Equinox today, which means spring is here! I think someone needs to tell the weather that, though... Spring is my favourite time of year because it's all about rebirth, coming anew, and getting out of that winter slump. I find that I suffer from SAD in the winter, so I always … Continue reading Spring Has Sprung & What That Means For Me
Here is your first IEG, thought-provoking article. I thought I'd start off the IEG articles with a fairly "simple" and easy to digest concept. Racism. Sexism. Sexuality. Religion. Mental Health. And more. Yeah, not so simple. But today, all I want to talk about is GENERALISATION. Generalisation is at the root of most of the … Continue reading You’re Too Smart To Generalise So Easily
Chapter 3 We Arrive There’s nothing wrong with admitting you need someone. For some reason, in our society it’s a crime to admit you’re human and that you feel things. But yeah, I needed my boyfriend at that moment. Would I have gotten on the plane if he wasn’t there? I can’t know the answer … Continue reading “How Africa Changed Me” – Chapter 3
Hey guys, those who follow my blog may have noticed that I write about a lot of different things. What can I say? I'm an interesting person, with many interests! This extends to my writing, too. I like to write about many things, mostly things that inspire thought in others. Enter, IEG. The IEG articles … Continue reading Introducing My IEG Articles
*This is chapter 1 of the series of posts called “How Africa Changed Me”, a book about my experiences for 2 weeks in South Africa.* Chapter 1 Before Africa I've allowed myself only a chapter to quickly tell you about myself. But as I'm writing this, I realise that it is an entirely impossible task … Continue reading “How Africa Changed Me” – Chapter 1
This post and the posts to follow are long overdue. Like well overdue. I apologise for that. Anyone who actually consistently reads all of my posts may remember that I mentioned I went to South Africa back in August. I also said that I was writing about it. That was true at the time, but … Continue reading Africa and Updates on Plans
“You’re As Mad As I Am” is the revamped version of my self-help book from 2016, originally called “From My Suffering: 25 Ways to Break the Chains of Anxiety, Depression & Stress.” This year, almost exactly 2 years on, I am republishing it under a new title, with 5 extra chapters for more advice! The … Continue reading “YOU’RE AS MAD AS I AM” Self-Help Book, COMING SOON!