One year ago, on May 27th 2020, I posted my first blog post. 60 posts, 169 followers and 47,152 words later, I can’t believe it’s been this long. At the risk of sounding like some sort of brain dead iNfLueNcEr who wants to ‘sincerely thank their fans for throwing their money at them;’ I would […]Read More One Year Blogiversary!
Today we’re going to be discussing superstitions and conspiracy theories related to the moon. Now, as a self-proclaimed moon fanatic (the only justification I have for this is that it’s my phone’s wallpaper), I absolutely believe that the moon has superstitious magical power.Read More The Moon- Superstitions and Conspiracy Theories
I think what I miss most about pre-pandemic life is being able to sit in a dark cinema hall for a couple of hours with a huge bag of popcorn, and sort of just disappear. A place where it is not just encouraged but expected for people to shut up.Read More ‘Watched’- April-May
Hey there! Welcome back to ‘The Confessions of a Random Blogger!’ Did you know that listening to music utilises all parts of the brain? A study conducted by Finnish researchers discovered that in order to decipher rhythm, tone and timber; dynamic sections of the brain showed large-scale neural activation. Today I’m going to be sharing […]Read More Music Favourites of April-May
Happy Mother’s Day to everyone! Today I’m going to be sharing a couple of poems written by an anonymous poet. They’re an incredibly talented writer, but they simply don’t want the emotional burden of having their name attached to their poetry.Read More Borrowed Poems From An Anonymous- Mother’s Day Special
What if I told you that some of the most nefarious things that people get away with all the time are actually legal? What if I told you that some villainous things aren’t just allowed, but encouraged. Celebrated even. Today I’m going to be discussing some of the worst things that are perfectly and absolutely legal.Read More The Worst Thing That Is Legal
Today, in honour of April- World Poetry Month, I will be sharing some poetry written by some incredibly talented writers!Read More World Poetry Month- The Third Issue
Julia Child once famously said, “A party without cake is just a meeting.” However, at a time when neither a party or meeting of any kind is impossible without the assistance of monotonous virtual web conferences, I wanted to see if cake could make them any better.Read More The Modern Day Julie/Julia Project- Cake Catastrophe!
“Poetry is the revelation of a feeling that the poet believes to be interior and personal but which the reader recognises as his own.” Today, in honour of April- World Poetry Month, I will be sharing some poetry written by some incredibly talented writers!Read More World Poetry Month- The Second Issue
If you grew up in a highly superstitious family like I did, you’ll know just how ridiculous some so called superstitions can be. In fact, sometimes I think my mom just used the word ‘superstition’ as an excuse to stop me from being annoying.Read More Mirror Superstitions