Dear you, We’ve known each other a while now. More than a while, more than a decade. You might be my oldest friend if that’s not too strange to say. You know me so well. When I’m bored. When I’m busy. When I’m scared. When I’m safe. When I’m not. You know how to choose … Continue reading A Letter to My Trichotillomania // BFRB Awareness Week 2018
A few years ago, I filled out by birth date details into a "numerology calculator" that would, supposedly, tell me all about my personality and the state of my life from these, actually pointless, numbers. Of course, if you're into numerology, I mean no harm or offence. However, this website was barely functional, and frankly, … Continue reading Do I Really Want Out of My Disorder?
This time last year, I wrote a list of things I wanted to accomplish or do by the time I was twenty years old. This year, as I write this, I'm still nineteen. There's still time, I suppose. But by the end of the week I have entered my 20's. I will be in the third … Continue reading 20 Before 20: Revisited // LIFESTYLE
If you didn't already know by my countless tweets, blog posts, Instagram posts and even mentions in YouTube videos (oh yeah, I have a YouTube channel now), I started uni. I know, right? Bet you never would have guessed. In all seriousness, I started my undergrad degree in Communication and Media just over a month … Continue reading Five Reasons To Live At Home While Studying
Welcome! (Or if you're a returning visitor, welcome back). Welcome to my little corner of the Internet where I pretend I regularly write blog posts and upload them. Wow, what a crazy thought, eh? In all seriousness, the reason for my lack of updates or posts in the past month or so is due to … Continue reading Things I Wish I’d Known Before Starting University
As I sit in the general practitioner’s room, I scratch at the frayed material of the seat beneath me and hear my heartbeat in my ears as I wait to finally, finally be fixed. The mental health consultant I’m seeing has been assigned to me through a series of phone calls, appointments, and waiting lists. … Continue reading My Doctor Had to Google My Disorder (or ‘Why Having Trichotillomania Sucks’)
More and more often lately, I find myself considering making a BookTube Channel. As I've mentioned LITERALLY TONS of times on this blog recently, I've really gotten back into reading. And after discovering that other people have actually read the same books as me (who knew?) and that they were talking about it on the … Continue reading 5 Things That Changed My Reading Game