My goals and plans for this month are all writing based due to being in university studying a MA degree, and also because I am a writer of fiction mainly fantasy.
Summer 2016 was a weird one for me, I spend a lot of time alone which benefited me and my mental health, I also got a lot of things done in the three months and made a lot of plans. This is my summer in images. The books I read for fun
I am avid listener and lover of all sorts of music, I mix 70’s rock with R’N’B, Metal, and POP regularly in playlists, on this post I am sharing with you (as the title suggests) my favourite songs right now. I started this month making a playlist of all the singles I love on Spotify … More Favourite Songs Right Now
YouTube is a place where people of different talents can meet, express themselves, and create. I only began posting videos regularly in the last year or so I have posted about all different things, before I found (I think) my niche. I am going to share with you today some of the female YouTuber’s that … More My Favourite Female Youtuber’s
I have only started listening to podcasts, (where have I been right?) mainly because I am allowed to listen to my iPod in work and I don’t want to get bored with the music on there and spend a fortune on fifty new albums (I exaggerate but you get the point). So today I am … More Podcasts I am listening too
I have reviewed a couple of books over on my YouTube channel and filmed a bookish August wrap up. Books Mentioned SAGA Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer The Night Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko Art and Phenomenology edited by … More Book Reviews and August Wrap up
I am currently re-decorating my bedroom and studio. I am getting rid of a lot of stuff from my bedroom and making it more minimalist, while I am making my studio more user friendly so I can actually find certain art supplies.
As you may know from a previous bullet-journal post I started my first bujo in the beginning of the year and am currently on my second, mine tend to last about four months in total. I wanted to share with you today the collections that I transferred into my new bullet-journal, that were too convenient … More What Collections Do I Keep In My Bullet-journal?
Today I had a job interview, it wasn’t for anything grand just a job that will earn me more money. Despite that I still wanted to impress my interviewers and hopefully be employed by them. For a woman the tricky thing is what to wear, as you don’t want to dress to slutty or too … More What to wear to a job interview?
Throughout September I am going to be daily blogging and vlogging (on my YouTube channel) to get back in to the habit of writing/ filming something everyday, I know in the last post I said I was going to have to blog less often but thinking it over I feel that is the wrong approach, … More Daily Blogging/ vlogging
Sorry everyone, I haven’t kept up with my blog schedule the last couple of weeks. I have been working overtime, I have taking over the blog of the gallery I work at, been trying to write as much of my thesis and the prose I am working on, while being a general emotional mess. I … More Sorry
I am thirty years old today, whoop! So to celebrate I thought I would share the 30 must important (to me) philosophical lessons I have learnt. Not everyone is going to like you You are not going to like everyone You don’t have to be all of one thing It’s OK to let yourself feel … More 30 Things I Have Learned At 30
even though I have about thirty to read at the moment. But considering it is payday and my birthday is four days away, I am justifying it as a early birthday present to myself. Caitlin Moran’s ‘How to be a woman’ was all over booktube at the beginning of the year as well as her other … More I may have bought another book…
My favourite artists in no particular order. Salvador Dali Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory. 1931 Gustav Klimt Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I. 1907 Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci, Study of Horse. 1492 Ana Mendieta Ana Mendieta, Silueta series Georgia O’Keefe Georgia O’Keefe, Flower of Life II. 1925 Jenny Saville Jenny Saville, Reverse. … More Favourite Artists Part One
As I mentioned in last Tuesdays blog, I had a meeting with the head of the Masters degree creative writing course in Lampeter. We went through the the course structure, and she explained that doing the course part time is recommended as you get the most our of it. She left me with the advice … More A busy week
Epithets are other names that a god is known by due to regions they were worshipped or/and divine associations. The Hellenic Theoi (Greek Gods) have many epithets except for Hestia who due to information about her cults being lost means she has no known epithets; the info we know is that she is a daughter … More Epithets
Due to being a postgraduate student it has been a long time since I read for fun, meaning that my to-be-read pile has become enormous. Below is the books I actually own that I need to read there are plenty that I am waiting to buy thanks to book-tube.
Here is an art essay for you which explains the concept of the sublime and whether it is relevant in contemporary art society, as always comment and like. In order to determine if the term sublime is relevant in contemporary art I am going to examine four artists who work with different mediums in contemporary … More The Sublime and its relevance in Contemporary Art
As well as changing my blog schedule, I have been changing my life. The first thing is that I have started exercising, something I promised to do at the beginning of the year but never got around to implementing. My goal for exercising is not to lose weight, I am exercising to increase my stamina … More Life Changes
Meaning it is calculated by the phases of the moon and each month is approximately thirty days long. Most of the days of the month are dedicated to a certain God or task, which tells us that the ancient Greeks were consistently worshipping and performing rituals within the household as well as outside as a … More The Hellenic Calendar is a Looney One