Hello my little demons, This blog post is a little different today, and I know I said ‘self-diagnosing’, there’s a lot of issues surrounding self-diagnosing medical/psychological/neurological issues, but bare in with me… I had Selective Mutism… You may already know that I had Selective Mutism as a child. I haven’t been officially diagnosed with it, … Continue reading Self-diagnosing myself with Autism
I uploaded my first YouTube Video to my brand new YouTube Channel
Hello my little demons! So, there has been a ‘slight’ hick-up, which has resulted in changing my plans with my Route 66 Charity Tour. BUT DONT FEAR! I’m still going! I won’t go into detail, but long story short – I’ll be going on my own now. The friend I was supposed to go with … Continue reading A Slight Change in Plans! – My Route 66 Charity Tour
So, November is here, whether we like it or not. Which means it’s officially Autumn and Winter will soon be here (no, we’re not talking about the C word!) November for me has always been greeted with a mixture of feelings; I dislike the fact it’s getting cold, I dislike that it’s getting darker at … Continue reading Penny’s Birthday Grove
Hello my little demons! For those of you who follow me on social media (see the links below if you’d like to follow), you may have noticed that I did a podcast interview recently and was waiting for it to air. Well, it all started when I was approached by Megha on Twitter, asking me … Continue reading My Podcast Interview – Breaking the silence and becoming an author & activist – It’s Never Too Late
Hello my little demons! 😈 I wrote a previous blog post explaining about my charity tour of America, and why I’m doing it, here. Since then, I’ve already done a lot of planning (yet, still a lot more to go!). I’ve come up with lots of amazing ideas, bought some maps, found some amazing resources … Continue reading Travelling Route 66 for Charity – Update
Well, they’re not gold, my locks, but it’s catchy, don’t you think? …Yes, hello, my little demons! 😈 You might be following me on social media and have already seen that I have had my hair cut off! …It’s short! ….Is it suddenly cold or is it me? I had the intention of getting my … Continue reading Goodbye Goldi-locks
A few friends will remember that I had planned a trip around America and Canada for a charity. I was going to go to Canada first, find some work, save up, and then travel around, maybe even visiting other countries. All doing this to raise awareness and funds for a charity. I was deadly serious … Continue reading Touring America for Charity!
I know I’m a little late to the game, but I really wanted to think about how to write this post, make a decent attempt at writing something about this sensitive topic. But I also couldn’t sit on my arse any longer and not say something. I have seen a few actors, singers, comedians, and … Continue reading Black Lives Matter!
Hello my little demons, If you’ve been following me on Facebook and Twitter, you may have noticed I post a lot about animals; pet adoptions, missing pets, fundraisers, even just funny videos or posts about animals to brighten someone’s day. I have a huge love for all animals. Dogs, cats, rats, mice, horses, snakes, and … Continue reading My love for animals – Animal Advocacy
A while ago I signed myself up for a charity walk with The HALO Trust, which involved a 34km walk along the Salisbury Plain Training area. The challenge (Safe Steps) was to help raise money (and awareness) to reduce landmines around the world. https://www.halotrust.org/ On the 25th, myself and my partner completed it! (Pictures below) … Continue reading The HALO Trust: Safe Steps – Challenge Complete!
Update 12/08/2020: Please note this fundraiser has now ended, please don’t try send me funds. Thank you. 🙂 On the 25th of May, myself and a friend will be walking 35km through Salisbury Plain Training Area for the charity, The HALO Trust. The HALO Trust support several projects, including landmine clearance, which will be the … Continue reading Fundraising to reduce landmines!
So, this weekend I came across this event, it happens every year apparently, and when I read that this event involves abseiling down a 165ft UNESCO World Heritage Site and a famous landmark in Scotland, I said to myself; “Am I mad enought to do this?” When I realised I was more than crazy enough… … Continue reading I’m abseiling 165ft for Barnardos!