For the past couple of years I've been in a slump, stuck in one place with nothing to strive towards, so I eventually came to the conclusion that if I didn't do something, I'd keep being miserable. I couldn't just stay in my safe, counter-productive space forever. There had to be more to life than … Continue reading 365 New Days, 365 New Chances
I've actually had quite the eventful weekend for a change. Friday saw me meeting with my friend for tea and a catch up after months of not seeing each other, before moving on to the Grimsby Auditorium to see British comedian Joel Dommett on stage. It's safe to say we were laughing our pants off, … Continue reading Baby Days
I wish I could aptly express in words the impact 2016’s smash anime hit, Your Name, had on me, but this movie was so unbelievably stunning in every way that I feel slightly lost for words altogether. I’m a long-standing and huge fan of Studio Ghibli and Miyazaki’s near-perfect gems, but when the end credits … Continue reading Your Name – A work of perfection?
Since returning from a family trip to Scotland (which you can read about over at victoriasvoyage.blog), nothing very exciting or notable has happened in my life. Having said that, on Saturday afternoon I headed into town to meet with an ex-work colleague/dear friend for a local music festival, Barge Fest. Hosted by The Barge, a … Continue reading Spider Wars 2: Return of the Beast
Welcome my readers. No, I haven’t vanished off the face of the Earth for a month, but I also haven’t found the motivation to contribute to this blog either. Try as I might, I just have nothing to talk about, and that’s probably partly because I have nothing to tell. I mean, I did go … Continue reading The Reality of a Gaming Addiction
Today we paid a visit to Lincoln, one of my favourite cities in Lincolnshire, partly for the walk and to practice driving the unfamiliar country roads, but mainly to have a go at following the temporary Knights' Trail and ticking another trail off my list. The Lincoln Knights' Trail echoes previous citywide exhibitions such as … Continue reading The Knights’ Trail, Lincoln
As I write this post, I am sat at work, once again trawling through email after email and wondering why I continue to subject myself to this kind of torture when there's a whole giant world out there filled with wonderful and diverse people. To say my latest trip, my first solo venture, inspired me … Continue reading From Eastern Europe to Our Little Island