We all have those days that the fridge is a bit bare, and you want a good sandwich. I can’t speak for anyone else, but I love a good slaw on, well, pretty much anything, but I never have cabbage and stuff like that in. Obviously I had to come up with something, so here’s … More The EASIEST Vegan Slaw!
I can’t believe I actually got to see Bikini Kill live! This isn’t a legit proper review, in case you’ve just stumbled across this expecting that. This is just my excited ramblings because I didn’t think I’d ever get to have this experience, and I don’t even have the words to describe what it meant … More Bikini Kill Live in Brixton!
I have good weeks and bad weeks, and I’m pretty bang in the middle of some really bad weeks. Ive found ways to handle it though, so I can continue living my life and trying my best, and I thought it might be helpful to some people to share how I deal with it. Talk … More Handling The Bad Days
I’ve been looking for a new hobby recently, and ended up buying a camera again. Of course being me, it had to be one from the 90’s, and that in turn means that I had to buy some film. Luckily, my pal Stu is an amazing photographer and recommended Analogue Wonderland to me! I got … More Analogue Wonderland Review!
Anyone can get burnt out, and especially with my autism it’s one of those things I have to keep in mind now. I’ve lost out on so many opportunities, and had plenty of other disheartening let downs, because I can get burnt out so easily. Having now had and been enjoying my job for over … More How I Avoid Burn Out
Working in a video shop means I’m constantly bringing tapes home, and I won’t lie, they’re not all great. Some of them aren’t even watchable. Some of them are fantastic though, and what kind of blogger would I be of I didn’t give you a fun little list of 5 great (in my opinion) movies … More 5 Great Movies Released on Tape!
I feel like dressing modestly is something that’s spoken about a lot online at the minute, at lease it is in the circles I’m in, and I have a lot of thoughts about it. For one, it seems those on the side of modesty are often very judgemental of those who don’t, and there’s of … More Dressing Modestly
I’ve had my diagnosis for almost two years now I think, but I spent 21 years of my life going about the world as an autistic person, and not knowing it. I feel like it’s very different being undiagnosed, because I just didn’t understand why things happened how they did, or why I thought the … More What It’s like Living with Undiagnosed Autism
I loooove buying second hand clothing, whether it’s from dedicated vintage stores, or a charity shop. You can find a bargain, find something unique, and the actual shopping experience is so much more fun than just looking through racks of near identical clothing. There are multiple perks to buying second hand for your wardrobe. My … More The Perks of Shopping Second Hand
I may not be doing my usual things I’m grateful for anymore, you can read about why here, but I am still appreciative and thankful for numerous things in my life. I thought rather than doing that whole usual post, a nice thing to do in the interim would be a short list of the … More The Little Things
It feels like both a lot has been going on lately, and absolutely nothing. Life is still weird I guess. I miss going into town to buy random crap, I miss seeing the few friends I have, and even with the stuff I’m still doing like going grocery shopping and going to work, I miss … More A Quick Life Chat
This was a book I wasn’t sure would be for me, but since I was sent it for free to review, I thought I’d give it a go, and I’m so glad I did. As always, although I was sent this book to review, it’s 100% my own honest opinion, so let’s get into it! … More The Curse of Knowing by Aldo Cernuto