On: Top Surgery

As always, it’s been a little bit since I posted on here, but I’ve been meaning to get around to it for a while. As most of you know, I identify as non-binary, though I’m still unsure of exactly where on that spectrum I fall. That said, a lot of you may not know what thatContinue reading “On: Top Surgery”

Book Review: One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

Second book review I’ve posted here, and I’ve gotta say, I LOVED this book. I mean, I love everything Casey McQuiston’s ever written, but still. Review: What can I even say about this book? It wrecked me, devastated me, and put me back together again. Yes, I’m dramatic, don’t mind it. This book was relatableContinue reading “Book Review: One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston”

Book Review: Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

It’s been a while since I posted, (more in-depth life update to come soon!) but for now I thought I would share a book review I did a little while ago. Despite my blog being largely writing-focused, I’ve realized I’ve never shared one of my reviews on here before! (More to come!) So here itContinue reading “Book Review: Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World by Benjamin Alire Sáenz”

What do you want to say to the world?

This was another exercise for my previous life coach – I’ve been looking back through things lately and thought this might be worth sharing. The exercise was, “What do you want to say to the world?” The truth is I’m not sure what I would want to say to the world: there are so manyContinue reading “What do you want to say to the world?”

In an Ideal World

I actually wrote this a while ago, as an exercise for my previous life coach, but I’ve recently been feeling a pretty significant loss of identity – no longer feeling clear on my values or beliefs or what kind of person I want to be (call it a quarter-life crisis) – so I decided toContinue reading “In an Ideal World”

Queer Eye My Life

It’s hard to know where to start because there are so many thoughts in my head. Like scraps of paper, constantly spinning away on a fresh gust of wind. I feel like I have a lot to process, but it’s hard to find an answer when you don’t even know the question. Well, first ofContinue reading “Queer Eye My Life”

New Year, Old Goals

Trigger Warning: for discussion of suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and mental health in this post. It’s that time of year again when resolutions are creeping round the corner. I don’t really make New Year’s resolutions because I find that I never stick to them, and then I just end up feeling like a failure – a feelingContinue reading “New Year, Old Goals”