We are all too often apprehensive about venturing into the unknown. One of the easiest things in the world is to stay in our comfort zone; within the cosy and comfy blanket of the familiar. We question why we would step into the dark forest of what we don't know, when we could stay in … Continue reading Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone
I'm not your typical yogi. I know yogi's will tell you that there is no "typical"- no specific body shape, no gender, no personality type. Yoga is for everyone. I mean, they're not lying, exactly; but some people are just naturals, aren't they? Yoga pants and the poses they're associated with were made for their … Continue reading Yoga? I’m down, dog.
A collection of my favourite and most profound shower thoughts, which will change how you see the world... Nobody has ever been in an empty roomIf you're one in a million, then there's 7,125 people exactly like youIf you drew a penis on a vampire's face when they were sleeping, they'd never find out about … Continue reading Shower Thoughts
Full disclosure: I've stolen this title from Ricky Gervais' new Netflix series. Hint: that's what this post is inspired by. A few days ago, I got home from a very long day at work where we had one of our biggest events of the year. I collapsed onto the sofa for a moment, just to … Continue reading After Life
Select sound sensitivity syndrome, sound-rage. People who are sensitive to certain sounds sometimes cope by blocking them out. Misophonia, literally "hatred of sound", was proposed in 2000 as a condition in which negative emotions, thoughts, and physical reactions are triggered by specific sounds. I like to think I'm a pretty chilled out person. Generally, I'm laid … Continue reading Misophonia: When Sounds Attack
It's Saturday night and I've had a long and busy weekend full of life admin and sorting stuff out around the house. I'm extremely tired and looking forward to finally retiring to bed, ready for the upcoming week. Especially as I have a week full of driving lessons after work, and bearing in mind work … Continue reading Books, Wonderful Books
Society regularly influences the decisions and actions we take in life. One example that I've noticed more and more recently is the expectation of us (and more commonly women than men) to marry and procreate. I've begun to ponder what our "purpose" is, by society's standards, if we don't feel that these are things we … Continue reading Society Says So