5 min read best read when you feel all sad and floppy
Category: Long Reads
Sometimes you want to read… and read… and get some meaty content that has something to say.
Exploring why I never feel “good enough”.
9 min read with introspection and lists
My Childhood God was the Best God.
4 min read about how I wrapped my head around God as a child.
Why I truly, madly, desperately want to learn how to sew my own clothes
10 min read exploring self-image and fashion
My brain gaslights me when I fail: you’re not as bad as you think
6 min read. Will help you feel better about your failures.
Pick a side on BLM.
We do not live in Judge Dredd world. Sylvester Stallone can’t go “judgement: death” and pew pew pew at a criminal.
5 Ways Quarantine Has Changed Us
Are we all just hibernating slugs? Yes. Yes we are. And now that we know this. We cannot un-know it.
And now, I am become Scrooge
English teachers can make a lot of money in China. Especially if you work in an international school or within … More
Ducking Disasters: on the demerits of an unprepared mind
Rhetorically speaking, have you ever had a social circumstance sweep you on a wave of obligation whilst in some dark, neglected corner of your mind next to the Solve World Hunger Lever under the Table of Logic and Reason, there is a tiny voice screaming at you to do just the opposite?
Towering Skyscares: on building upwards
At any given point I am engaging in an active internal battle against the woes that come with being away from the city life.
Mental Cobwebs: On approaching a fragmented state of ideals
Ultimately the major inconvenience of my life tends to be meandering thoughts that empty out into a vast ocean of turgid oblivion.
Misguided Whimsy: on the complexity of writing a novel
Missed me? In attempts to distract myself from the harsh social withdrawal born from moving out of London, my love…my life, I went … More
The Complacent Pedantic: on starting a novel
The intent is to write fiction, ideally within the fantasy/sci-fi genre, and get paid for it but the steps are bluntly given, full of vague pick-me-ups and rely on an obscene overuse of dusty quotes framed in filigree with a sunset backdrop.