Tag: random ramblings

  • Where Are We Now?

    Where Are We Now?

    Sometimes, I am an attention-seeking whore. There, I said it, because I know it still happens. I used to use this technique an awful lot more in my younger years, and there are parts of my memory I would dearly like to erase but which often come to haunt me during sleep. Those are the moments […]

  • The Next Day

    The Next Day

    So, I woke up this morning and walked into the kitchen, and everything just feels different. It is odd, looking back on the last 24 hours, on just how amazing a day it was, not just for the bad feelings. I learnt an awful lot about how my online ‘friends’ dealt with grief, because most of […]

  • What’s in the Box

    Tomorrow begins Week Two of 2016, and I’m starting to grasp a few fundamental truths about how my perception of the world works. For a long time I’ve felt I’m not getting enough out of my time, that maybe with more thought and organisation I can stop myself wasting away in inertia, getting dragged down by bouts of depression […]

  • How to Disappear Completely

    How to Disappear Completely

    I have a problem with letting shit go. A lot of my mental health issues last year undoubtedly centred around how the World perceives me. It has become increasingly apparent that my more critical eye is something some people don’t like seeing, or indeed listening to. In fact, most of the ire I garnered in 2015 […]

  • 10,000 Reasons

    10,000 Reasons

    Sometimes it isn’t about the money you make, but more around the legacy you create.

  • From a Distance

    From a Distance

    On any given day, this Blog gets probably 40 visits tops. However, I know a large proportion of those people and actually? That’s absolutely fine with me. For many, the Internet means only one thing, and that’s selling themselves to anyone and everyone, and that’s just so wrong on so many levels. You’re nobody without the […]

  • I Am the One and Only

    I Am the One and Only

    For many people, the Internet’s the only place they feel ‘like themselves’ and, as a result, they act differently here than the way they would in Real Life. The problem with this belief however is two-fold: the Internet is still Real Life, and if you act against established societal norms ANYWHERE, there’s going to be […]