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Category Archives: mistakes
One of the many rules I have lived by for most of my life is to follow my dreams and never give up. There will always be people that love to bring you down, clip your wings and watch you … Continue reading →
Growing is a pain. It hurts but it’s something we all have to face at some point or another in our life. We begrudgingly wave goodbye to our childhood having no idea about the world that lies in wait for … Continue reading →
The moment anyone mentions the word therapy, we all picture that stereotypical image of someone sprawled out on a chaise-longue in a dimly lit room covered with books and art. The discussion of feelings and your relationship with your mother … Continue reading →
There is a moment we all experience in our childhood where we suddenly realise that this is the end. This is the end of being a child and we are entering a dark, unfamiliar world of growing up and becoming … Continue reading →
Today on the blog I am reviewing Disintegration (Published June 4th 2020) By Paul Robert Mullen and Happy Publication day! A big thank you to the publishers Animal Heart Press for my copy to review, always appreciated. Disintegration In this … Continue reading →
It’s the morning of the day you have been dreaming about since you proposed or said yes. Friends and family have gathered from near and far to celebrate your happiness. It’s your big day. Months of planing the flowers, cake, … Continue reading →
Get the beach bod that you deserve. 10 new foods that will make you thin. The secret to working out without exercise. Hair to die for! The makeup that will make you unrecognisable! Any of these floating your boat dear … Continue reading →
The world we live in has changed drastically over the past few weeks. We are living in a pandemic. Basic items like hand-wash, toilet paper and pasta have become that rare golden ticket just waiting to be claimed. It has … Continue reading →
The cold begins to set in as you lie on your back floating on the night sky. It’s clear tonight and reflects like a mirror in the water. You feel yourself flying and can’t remember the last time you felt … Continue reading →
Fairytales have always fascinated me. From a young age I remember reading Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid and it left me enchanted and disturbed. Fairytales are a gift of escapism. You can indulge in fantasies and discover worlds far … Continue reading →