I knew that I was different, I just didn't quite understand how.
I know that some of you have thanked me recently for giving you more of our life, and really, thankyou, because this feels like a two-way street. I give you more of what you want to see, and in return, I feel listened to. Isn't the WordPress community amazing? But today, today is one of … Continue reading Ramble: Screaming Into The Void
I got too involved with a married man. Here's how I got back out.
Prefer staycations to vacations? Me too.
Warning: This post discusses depression, self-harm and suicidal ideation. Please do not proceed with reading this post if these topics are likely to be distressing for you. Greetings Twisties and welcome to the new name! Today marks the first day back into writing and talking about mental health. I admit that, in my own stupidity, … Continue reading Are We Really Talking About Mental Health?
As a blogger, there seems to be a sort of expectation that if you blog, you will undoubtedly wind up publishing a book. You have to, right? Everyone has a story to share, everyone has something to sell. Well yes, maybe, but I've got a slightly different opinion. Let me take you back to the … Continue reading I’m Probably Never Going To Write A Book (And That’s Okay)
For once, I've finally taken the time away from all of my pre-planned posts just to check in with you all again. How are you? How is life? How is the situation with Covid-19 where you are? So many people seem to think and act as if this is all over, but we only need … Continue reading Ramble: What’s Up, WordPress?
I can still remember the day that email came in; a press interview! I was nervous and excited. I was nervous because I had never had a press interview before, but I was excited because of the potential that it had. The potential that it could bring for our blog. One door could open two, … Continue reading A Realist’s Guide To Success
Caution: This post contains images of a sexual nature which may be offensive to some readers. Good evening lovelies, At long last, I've finally got back down to the next in our "What's Your Kink?" series. I've been meaning to write this post for you for ages and yet, with various things going on, it's … Continue reading What’s Your Kink? Temperature Play
All throughout my childhood, I can remember struggling on a social front. I attended the Rainbow Guides but left before Brownies and returned only with pressure from my mother to get involved with the Girl Guides. I was hesitant, I hated organised group activities, and I knew it. With my mother involved, I eventually stuck … Continue reading Remembering Philip: The Prince Who Gave Me Hope