So Boris has released the government's road map back to normality and it's with mixed feelings that I contemplate what it means. If all goes according to plan, all social restrictions will be lifted by 21 June. That's four months away. Which seems like ages but is also not that long at all. Could the… Continue reading Roads
Reading this year is going pretty well. Apart from Netflix and chilling (more Netflix honestly), there's not a lot else to do. Maybe I should be planning my life in preparation for being allowed back into it, or organising the home but I literally can't be arsed. You're lucky if I put the washing away… Continue reading Spring reading list
Or: Fuck Your Unhappy Ending Film: Rafiki (2018) Director: Wanuri Kahiu Cast: Samantha Mugatsia, Sheila Munyiva *Spoilers* TW: Violence against women "Good Kenyan girls become good Kenyan wives," but Kena and Ziki long for something more. When love blossoms between them, the two girls will be forced to choose between happiness and safety. Kena works… Continue reading Rafiki
Why is asking for help so difficult? I'm trying to be better at it but it's always so much easier to turn conversation around to whoever you're speaking to. To listen to their woes, help them unravel their disordered thoughts, and offer comfort and love. So why do we leave ourselves out in the cold?… Continue reading Help!
One thing I've really noticed since the first lockdown - and moving to a home I love - is the fact that dust is a serious thing. I knew it was real but how does it gather so quickly? I actually dust my books and surfaces now (some of them) and it feels like I'm… Continue reading Gone witchin’